NY Times Changes Size, News Content, etc.
The New York Times newspaper is changing format, going to a 48 inch width web and adding more pages for a net reduction in news content of 5%. Consolidating printing plants will reduce jobs. The following internal NYT memos were found here Clearly, $41 million in annual savings, smaller size, and less paper are substantive reasons for change. The editors hope to cut the 5% in length and maintain the same news content and value. The NYT remains a great paper. Memos from NY Times Times president, Scott Heekin-Canedy, and Executive Editor, Bill Keller, were published at the time of this posting. ----- URL: observer.com