Boston Globe op-ed revives anti-Semitic trope

A report on left wing ("progressive") anti-Semitism from the American Jewish Committee is drawing howls of protest from Jewish leftists. Some appear to have been driven a bit nutty. Writing an op-ed in the New York Times-owned Boston Globe, Stanley I. Kutler revives one of the oldest anti-Semite tropes: the Jewish-owned press:
American newspapers have been critical of the occupation, with some significant ones being Jewish-owned.
Huh? Name them!

The Washington Post, New York Times, LA Times, Chicago Tribune, and Wall Street Journal are all publicly held. The NYT and WaPo once had Jews as proprietors, but that was a number of decades ago. Some of the families (Meyer-Grahams and Sulzbergers) converted away from Judaism and are not Jewish.

So what are the important newspapers that are "Jewish-owned"?  Where on earth does this thinking come from? Does Kutler believe that "Jewish influence" somehow insidiously buries itself within an institution?

If Kutler cannot back up his assertion, he logically belongs in the group of progressive Jewish anti-Semites, obsessed with imaginary Jewish money-power and behind the scenes influence.
A report on left wing ("progressive") anti-Semitism from the American Jewish Committee is drawing howls of protest from Jewish leftists. Some appear to have been driven a bit nutty. Writing an op-ed in the New York Times-owned Boston Globe, Stanley I. Kutler revives one of the oldest anti-Semite tropes: the Jewish-owned press:
American newspapers have been critical of the occupation, with some significant ones being Jewish-owned.
Huh? Name them!

The Washington Post, New York Times, LA Times, Chicago Tribune, and Wall Street Journal are all publicly held. The NYT and WaPo once had Jews as proprietors, but that was a number of decades ago. Some of the families (Meyer-Grahams and Sulzbergers) converted away from Judaism and are not Jewish.

So what are the important newspapers that are "Jewish-owned"?  Where on earth does this thinking come from? Does Kutler believe that "Jewish influence" somehow insidiously buries itself within an institution?

If Kutler cannot back up his assertion, he logically belongs in the group of progressive Jewish anti-Semites, obsessed with imaginary Jewish money-power and behind the scenes influence.