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New York Times: The Complete Front Pages: 1851-2008

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CHAIRMAN PUTS HIS BRAND ON TRIBUNE ..

Download the vector logo of the The New York Times brand designed by designerg in Encapsulated PostScript (EPS) format. The current status of the logo is active, which means the logo is currently in use.

Of his appointment, Kopit Levien said: “How we lead and tell the story of our brand in a digital era matters more than ever. The New York Times brand is a mighty, meaningful and sometimes-overlooked asset that will play a huge role in our success, and David Rubin is exactly the right person to lead our whole enterprise to think about and act on our brand in ways that help us grow.”

What's in Those Supplements? - The New York Times

  • 2. Prepared by: Javier Garcia For: Dee Salomon B2003, BIC @ CCNY Spring 2014 Protagonist The New York Times is an authoritative source of news and cultural reporting, with a 150+ year legacy, having won more awards than any other news organization. As a globally recognized and highly-regarded brand, the New York Times continues to evolve; since its inception as a daily newspaper, The New York Times has grown to become a news and cultural content source spanning multiple platforms, dedicated to ensuring that its participants are informed of “All the news that’s fit to print” – be it in a newspaper, on the web, on a mobile device, or on any other platform. Participant Participants of The New York Times brand are as diverse as the content covered on all its platforms. Their participants are of all backgrounds, range from ages 18-65+, are at least high school educated with college educated participants composing the bulk of their audience, and are most likely to be earning more than $30,000. These people have a strong desire to remain informed on current events, politics, science, & culture as it relates to the arts & entertainment. They know that they can turn to The New York Times as a credible news source, but instead are more likely to be found consuming news and culture on the web from a range of sources. They are also less likely to be found watching TV, as they prefer to spend their time reading articles on the web, or watching streaming video in the form of Netflix or Youtube. Stage The stage on which the New York Times resides is one that continues to evolve as quickly as the daily content on which it continues to report. The New York Times finds itself within the rapid pace of today’s digital and mobile communications platforms, which continue to cannibalize newspaper readership, which was once the core business of the brand. Engagement of other older media channels, such as TV and radio, also continue to decline in favor of other digital channels, such as streaming video services (Netflix, Youtube), streaming music (Pandora, Spotify), or via social media and instant messengers (Facebook, Twitter, etc.). Quest The New York Times is on a quest to continue its reporting of daily events, culture and actionable knowledge by embracing the preferred communications platforms of the present day. In doing so, they can continue offering content that empowers and enlightens its readers through factual, accurate and carefully crafted editing so that they can continue to be educated participants in every day society. 2
  • Elton Brand News - The New York Times

    The online campaign was designed and created in collaboration with the NYT marketing team for the New York Times brand campaign launch "Where the Conversation Begins".

    Design and Motion Graphics by Trasaterra

    Download the vector logo of the The New York Times brand designed by designerg in Encapsulated PostScript (EPS) format. The current status of the logo is active, which means the logo is currently in use.