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

New features, plus attempt to integrate digital into print

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.