Posted June 19, 2018 07:37:13The New York Time is getting more than it bargained for with its annual review, which has taken the world by storm.
The magazine has had a number of notable changes, including a new home and the hiring of its first female editor-in-chief, which marks the first time an influential female title has been run by men since the 1980s.
Read moreThe New Zealand Times has also had a huge change of tone since the publication of a number recent titles including the latest on the global migrant crisis.
The publication also has a new look, with a new editor-at-large, and an entirely new style.
The publication’s annual review takes the reader through a range of topics including globalisation, the future of the digital economy and the role of technology in the 21st century.
It’s an ambitious and timely change in direction for the publication, which is renowned for its strong coverage of global issues.
It’s also a change of mood for the Times, which had been looking to make a more permanent change in its editorial structure.
It was also rumoured that the publisher was interested in replacing its former CEO, John Collins, with another woman, Anna Dyer, who had also recently left the Times.
At the end of the month, the New York Post, one of the biggest circulation newspapers in the world, published a review of its own that focused on its own business model, which was seen as a departure from the New Zealand newspaper’s more traditional approach.
The paper also released a report on its digital strategy, in which it promised to have more women in its newsroom and was criticised for not being more visible on social media platforms.