@NYTIndia: Behind the Scenes with India Ink

  • Wednesday, January 25, 2012
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • Page One Conference Room/3rd floor The New York Times, 620 Eighth Ave. (between 41st and 40th Streets) -- entrance on either 40th or 41st Street
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Wednesday, Jan.  25

Noon-1 p.m.

Page One Conference Room/3rd floor

The New York Times, 620 Eighth Ave. (between 41st and 40th Streets)  -- entrance on either 40th or 41st Street

Recently, The New York Times launched the first website aimed at a national audience outside the United States. The site, India Ink, is off to a fast start – breaking news, offering a platform to top Indian writers and thinkers and leading the web's most interesting conversation about how India is changing.

* Heather Timmons, the site's Delhi-based chief blogger, will be joining us via teleconference. 

* Jim Schachter, the associate managing editor who helped get the site started, will be here in person anbd will explain how India Ink works and how it fits into The Times's global strategy – and, more important, field your questions and suggestions.

Co-sponsored by the Asian Heritage Network of The New York Times & the South Asian Journalists Association

Samosas will be served (you are welcome to bring a brown bag lunch).

You MUST RSVP by Monday, Jan. 23, to be on the security list for admittance. Please bring a picture ID.

**Cutoff time is end of day Jan. 23 to be on security list **

 

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