Manila Bulletin, New York Times Launch International Weekly Supplement on Saturday, Dec. 3

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Manila Bulletin, New York Times Launch International Weekly Supplement on Saturday, Dec. 3


NEW YORK a" The New York Times announced yesterday that it has launched a weekly Times supplement with the Manila Bulletin of the Philippines.

The 8-page New York Times International Weekly will be published every Saturday starting Dec. 3, 2005 in Manila. With this launch, the Manila Bulletin joins a list of 21 other leading newspapers around the world that offer their readers The Times supplement.

The New York Times International Weekly supplement retains the layout and typography of The New York Times. It includes news coverage, opinion, color photos, and graphics about the United States, world affairs, business, science, technology, and culture.

The supplement is prepared in New York by a team of editors and designers from The New York Times News Service in consultation with editors from the other newspapers.

"This collaboration with the Manila Bulletin is an opportunity to provide The New York Timesas brand of journalism to the Philippinesa leading newspapers," said Cristian Edwards, president, News Services Division, The New York Times.

"We are pleased to offer the high- quality journalism of The New York Times to an expanding audience in Asia."

"For the past 105 years, the Manila Bulletin has pursued editorial excellence in providing greater insight on news events," said Cris J. Icban, editor-in-chief of the Manila Bulletin. "Today we are very pleased to collaborate with The New York Times in bringing its world-class journalism to our readers."

The Manila Bulletin, which has been continuously published since 1900, is the leading newspaper in the Philippines as well as the flagship newspaper of the Manila Bulletin Publishing Corporation. …

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