#NYTReadalong | Sree Sreenivasan and Neil Parekh
Updated: Mar 5
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This week, Sree Sreenivasan and Neil Parekh will review the Sunday New York Times together, taking a deep dive into the sections we love. We’ll focus on the layout, graphics, photos, design and the ads.
We’ll also have a chance to review some of the sections and features we have not spent time with recently, including the recently re-designed A2-3, the Obituaries, The Ethicist, Social Qs, The Poem, The Book Review and more. Click here for our #NYTReadalong YouTube Playlist.
In The New York Times
The Hotel Pennsylvania
There’s a great piece by our friend Dan Barry and photographer Todd Heisler in the Metropolitan section on the slow ‘disappearance’ of the Hotel Pennsylvania; layout by Richard Weigand; editing and direction by Bill Ferguson and Jeff Furticella.
We have the pdf, and a gift link on our website. Dan also reads the story. At almost 19 minutes, it’s the length of a good podcast.
pdf of the print edition (10 MB)
Dan Barry reading the article (18:55)
We have been reviewing the print edition of the Sunday New York Times for seven and a half years. Neil has been helping me produce the show for five and a half years.
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Neil Parekh is the executive producer and occasional guest host. Saumya Grover will help produce this week's show, engaging with the audience on Facebook and LinkedIn. If you're interested in having our team work with you, or are looking for sponsorship opportunities, please contact us through our website.
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