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The New York Times

All The News Thats Fit To Post
Posted by Gestalten—07/2010

They've won countless awards for their graphic work, but now it's time to dive behind what makes America's most venerated general interest newspaper stand a world apart. Graphics director Steve Duenes and his team of 30-some journalists at The New York Times turn around images at a breakneck daily, if not an hourly, pace, sorting and sifting through reportage to provide the clearest visualization of data possible.

How the information is manifested – through diagrams, charts, or interactive media – is up to them, though we've grown to trust their authority on all stories, from the sensitive (9/11) to the scientific (a perfect triple axel at the Olympics). In's latest podcast, we speak with Duenes and graphics editor Archie Tse on location in their New York headquarters to learn a few tricks of the trade.


A production by Gestalten Script Editor: Ole Wagner, Sven Ehmann Camera: Michael Tyburski Editor: Andrea Cadorin Location: New York Copyright 2010 Die Gestalten Verlag GmbH und Co. KG

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