Expanding Our Journalism in Australia

Jamie Tarabay, a veteran journalist with experience across the Middle East and Asia in a variety of mediums, will join our Sydney bureau as a correspondent this fall as we continue to expand our coverage and audience-engagement initiative in Australia. Credit: Vaughn Wallace Jamie, now a senior producer for CNN International based in Hong Kong, has previously worked for The

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New Feature for Times Subscribers

Today, The New York Times published the first edition of Ask: a way for our subscribers to ask questions of our journalists and family of experts, and get practical and actionable information in return. During August, we will host a series of Q. and A.s focused on personal fitness. Live today is Yoga with Jessamyn Stanley. To come: Running with

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Wirecutter Will Host First “Wirecutter Deal Day” on August 21

On August 21, Wirecutter will host its first Wirecutter Deal Day, a 24-hour event where Wirecutter will be sharing exclusive deals on some of its top product picks. In a note to readers, Wirecutter Deals editor Adam Burakowski wrote: “The way we cover deals at Wirecutter has always taken a different angle than deals coverage everywhere else. On any given

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The New York Times Debuts First Mixed Reality Experience on “Magic Leap One Creator Edition”

The New York Times announced today that its immersive journalism will be available on “Magic Leap One Creator Edition.” Magic Leap powers mixed reality experiences that seamlessly blend the digital and physical world. The Times is the only publisher with an experience available on “Magic Leap One, Creator Edition.” The Times’s first offering for “Magic Leap One Creator Edition” is

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Ben Mueller Heads to London

Just four years ago, in June 2014, Ben Mueller was an intern on the Metro desk at The Times. Now, he’s our newest United Kingdom correspondent. Starting in early September, Ben will be based in our London newsroom, where he will have a chance to work with a terrific team of reporters and editors digging into one of the biggest

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A New Design for the Home Page

Updates are coming to make our home page easier to use and helpful for following your interests. In a few weeks, we will update our home page with a new design that we’ve been testing with a small group of readers since last year. These changes are a first step to better meeting our readers’ needs: Available anywhere: Whether you

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Alisha Haridasani Gupta Joins Briefings Team

Andrea Kannapell, the leader of our Briefings team, announces a new hire: This is a focal moment for The New York Times’s family of briefings, nearly two years into the launch of the global editions of the Morning Briefing. We’re adding a welcome new talent to the team. Alisha Haridasani Gupta has joined the newsroom in New York, writing the

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Eliza Shapiro Joins Metro to Cover Education

We’re thrilled to announce that Eliza Shapiro, one of the brightest stars in New York journalism, is joining Metro to cover education. Eliza was most recently a reporter at Politico, where she spent the last five years covering New York City schools out of Room 9 in City Hall. Editors and reporters on Metro have long admired her as a

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Michael Barbaro and “The Daily” Head to Los Angeles and San Francisco in September

This September, join “The Daily” on the West Coast. For their first live event in Los Angeles, “The Daily” host Michael Barbaro joins national immigration reporter Caitlin Dickerson, a California native and California State University, Long Beach graduate, to discuss her groundbreaking reporting on deportation and family separations at the border. Michael will also be joined by “Daily” producer Annie

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TimesTalks in D.C.: Senator Elizabeth Warren and Andrew Ross Sorkin

Andrew Ross Sorkin, New York Times columnist and the founder and editor-at-large of DealBook, moderates a conversation with Senator Elizabeth Warren on the 2008 financial collapse, which rocked the markets, unraveled the housing market and upended the lives of millions of Americans. The duo, who are two of the country’s leading experts on the collapse, come together for a rare

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