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Carr collapsed at the office and died in a hospital Thursday, Feb. Carr wrote the Media Equation column for the Times, focusing on issues of media in relation to business and culture.
New York Times executive editor Dean Baquet said in an e-mail to Times employees that Carr collapsed in the paper's newsroom.
He was pronounced dead at a nearby hospital. He was our biggest champion, and his unending passion for journalism and for truth will be missed by his family at The Times, by his readers around the world, and by people who love journalism.
It ran every Monday in the paper's business section. A Minnesota native, Carr joined the Times in as a business reporter, covering magazine publishing.
He lived in Montclair, New Jersey, with his wife and their daughter.
After an agent sold the idea, Carr ended up interviewing about 60 people and working on the book for three years. He took the transcribed interviews, numerous documents and pictures to his family's cabin in the Adirondacks, where he wrote the book.
Comedian and actor Tom Arnold, who started his standup career in Minneapolis, was pals with Carr on the city's party circuit in the s and is featured in the book.
In a interview, Arnold called Carr's story redemptive. But that's what drugs will do to you," Arnold said. He also was a media writer for news website Inside. He also was editor of a Minneapolis-based alternative weekly called Twin Cities Reader.
Last year, Carr began teaching a Boston University class that explored the creative business models to support digital journalism.
It was among the first professorships dedicated to evaluating how media organizations can sustain themselves financially as readers and advertisers migrate to digital platforms, a crisis that has doomed some news organizations and threatens the viability of others. Carr had written about the issue extensively.
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