The NYT's A2 and A3 Pages Get the Magazine Treatment in a Redesign

New features, plus attempt to integrate digital into print

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Print may be inching its way into extinction, but The New York Times wants to make sure it looks good going out. The paper’s A2 and A3 pages got a revamp today that takes its stylistic cues from a magazine’s front of book section, an effort that was led by New York Times Magazine editor in chief Jake Silverstein and NYT associate masthead editor Tom Jolly.

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