October 12, 2016 Last Updated 4:02 pm

The New York Times Co. unveils redesigned print and digital International Edition

For the first time, The New York Times International Edition will feature Opinion pieces on the front page

NEW YORK, NY – October 11, 2016 — The New York Times Company today introduced The New York Times International Edition, a redesigned, improved and more relevant print newspaper and refreshed digital web experience for our audience outside of the United States.

The New York Times International Edition features more international news, an increased focus on deep, analytical reporting, enterprise stories and a broader selection of coverage from The Times including culture, technology, travel and other topics relevant to international audiences.

nyt-intl-1Highlights of The New York Times International Edition include will feature coverage intended specifically for a global audience, similar to Declan Walsh’sAbroad In America series covering the American elections, from a non-American perspective, as well as more Opinion pieces from a variety of global voices.

For the first time, The New York Times International Edition will feature Opinion pieces on the front page.

The refreshed online experience features one destination for all digital readers of The New York Times: nytimes.com. Site editions are arranged by language (English, Chinese and Spanish). Traffic from inyt.com redirects to nytimes.com.

This redesign allows The Times the ability to offer a more personalized experience based on the location of a particular reader. The morning briefing will soon be featured prominently on top of nytimes.com and will be time-zone sensitive, providing relevant information for readers in Europe and Asia.

A link to download a PDF of the front page of The New York Times International Edition can be found here.

Read more about The New York Times International Edition in a note to readers from Arthur Sulzberger Jr., Publisher, The New York Times below:

note-to-readers

  • RT Barbour 7 months ago

    This is a joke. The International Herald Tribune was a good newspaper. You’ve killed it completely now. The death came in stages. First, you changed it to the New York Times International. Now it is merely an international edition. Digitally, there is no longer any International version. The morning briefing / evening briefing is a joke. It’s just a bum he of links to your other articles. The perspective of reporters living outside of the US has been lost. You act as if the world is one homogenized place. It is not. The world mourns as the New York Times has decided to commit suicide in slow motion.