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James Whiting
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First appearance "More with Less" (episode 5.01)
Last appearance "-30-" (episode 5.10)
Reason/Cause End of season
Details
Occupation City desk editor at Baltimore Sun
Aliases None
Gender Male
Age 60s
Spouse None
Children None
Kill Count None
Episode Count 9 episodes
Portrayed by Sam Freed

James Whiting is the paper's executive editor and is responsible for guiding the paper's reporting portrayed by Sam Freed.

BiographyEdit

He has ambitions of winning a Pulitzer prize for his paper and his fascination with the "Dickensian aspect" of stories leaves him often out-of-touch with the problems facing the city. His managing editor is a colleague from their days working in Philadelphia, Thomas Klebanow.

Season FiveEdit

Klebanow handles the day to day running of the paper and the handling of cutbacks from the paper's owners. He is interested in pursuing stories that stir emotion in the reader over those that examine the context and roots of social problems facing the city. Whiting values his network of connections in the industry, and used his authority to prevent the paper from publishing a negative story about shortfalls in racial integration at the University of Maryland to protect his old friend Gene Robbins, the dean of journalism.

TriviaEdit

  • Whiting is based on former Baltimore Sun editor John Carroll.
Jounalists

Gus Haynes - Scott Templeton - Alma Gutierrez - Thomas Klebanow - James Whiting - Mike Fletcher - Tim Phelps - Steven Luxenburg - Jay Spry - Jeff Price - Bill Zorzi - Roger Twigg

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