TIME Magazine The Times has opened a print shop in Manhattan, marking a shift from its print shop days in Brooklyn and Queens.
The Times will operate the shop on the Upper East Side for two years, according to a statement from publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr. The shop will be run by longtime Times staffers, including managing editor Ben Bradlee and managing editor Nicholas Kristof.
Bradlee, Kristof and editor-in-chief Nick Kristof are among the staff members who are now working for the Times.
The New York Times will have an on-site printing studio and an online printing platform, as well as a mobile printing station.
The paper’s headquarters, in New York, has also been transformed, with a new headquarters building and an addition to its retail space.
The Times will remain the dominant newspaper in New England, with an online-only newspaper, the Boston Globe, launching in March, and a digital newspaper, The New Yorker, to launch in June.
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