The New York Times has moved into a Renzo Piano-designed building on Eighth Avenue.  Begun in April, the move is now complete.

Beyond the new design and functionality of the place, which is reviewed  today in the paper, the new building has an integrated newsroom. It combines the "print" editorial operations,  previously in the paper’s headquarters on West 43rd Street, and the digital news operations, which were some 7 blocks away.

A video about the integrated newsroom has been posted to The New York Times Company corporate Web Site.

Explaining the significance of the integration is Jim Roberts, Editor of Digital News and Jon Landman, Deputy Managing Editor.

I am proud to say that this piece and three others about the building have been produced by  Beet Media for The New York Times Company.

— Andy Plesser

 

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