‘Ex-editor in chief Nieuwe Revu was not going afscheidscolumn to write’
The former editor in chief of Nieuwe Revu, Marijn Writer, was not at all plan to have a last column for the magazine. That says, the new editor-in-chief against NU.nl after Writer Wednesday, let us know that the afscheidscolumn in the leaf is not was made by him.
“Marijn Writer insisted that he after his resignation, the last lead editorial commentary would write. It was, after all, his last number,” says editor-in-chief Jonathan Ursem.
“For that reason, he wanted to be happy as editor-in-chief in the editorial mentioned. When the deadline passed, it appeared that he did not intend to write a column, which the editor with a blank page opscheepte,” says Ursem.
He calls this a “journalistic mortal sin”. “The reader will pay 3,99 euro for filled pages, not a blank statement of a departing editor-in-chief. After the deadline, options are discussed and chosen to be the Writers own words to publish, that he, literally, after his resignation, uttered when he took his last lead editorial commentary claimed.”
Writer responded Wednesday at Villamedia surprised on the column in the magazine, which according to him are not from his hand. He demands rectification.
“This is it, my last Revu as editor-in-chief. I want you, the reader, would like to thank you for the one and a half years in which I place my thoughts with you have to be able to share. I hope you like my last song, enjoy, and wish the editorial board a lot of fun and success with the creation of many beautiful Revu’s”, was in the afscheidscolumn of the Writer on 7 september.
New Revu does not want to pay more attention to the Writer. “It is already sad enough that he is fired and to well in that inkblot to continue to rub.”
“I would bask in the sun to sit down if I was him. Can I have my time back to spend on beautiful leaves”, decision Rustenburg.