Elizabeth Spayd has been named public editor of The New York Times, it was announced by Arthur Sulzberger, Jr., The Times’s publisher. Spayd will join The Times later this summer from The Columbia Journalism Review (CJR), where since 2014 she has served as editor and publisher. Sulzberger said, “Liz is […]Read more ›
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The New York Times has announced that its second annual Food for Tomorrow conference will return to Stone Barns Center for Food & Agriculture in Pocantico Hills, NY, for a two-day event, Oct. 20-21. The conference will feature Times journalists Mark Bittman, Paul Krugman, Michael Moss, Sam Sifton, Kim Severson […]Read more ›
Travel Channel and The New York Times are bringing the hit Times travel column 36 Hours to television. In each one-hour episode of “36 Hours,” co-hosts Kristen Kish and Kyle Martino arrive in a new city where they’ll have 36 hours to explore the most delicious foods and hot spots, […]Read more ›
The New York Times and Women in the World announce the launch today of a new digital platform on NYTimes.com for Women in the World. It is now live at NYTimes.com/WomenIntheWorld. The mobile-optimized, responsive site was built and designed by The New York Times as part of a multiyear agreement […]Read more ›
The New York Times has announced the launch of T Japan, an international edition of T: The New York Times Style Magazine. The Japanese-language magazine is published by The Asahi Shimbun Company one of the oldest and largest publishing houses in Japan. Shueisha Inc., another major publisher in Japan, will […]Read more ›
The International New York Times and The New York Times’ Chinese website has announced the launch of the Chinese Monthly, a print publication that presents news, opinion and lifestyle content from The New York Times in Simplified Chinese for Chinese audiences in Hong Kong and Macau. The 24-page publication will […]Read more ›
New York and San Francisco: The U.S. Supreme Court decisions on same-sex marriage made for a historic day. But the struggle for the rights of gay men and lesbians to marry is a tense, complex story that has been unfolding over many years—a story told in great sweep and detail […]Read more ›