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  • The New York Times gets Instagram
  • The New York Times gets Instagram
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The New York Times gets Instagram

Trying to get down with Gen Y and Z, the New York Times is going all in on Instagram. From food to fashion, each of its teams has its own newsfeed and a main account will act as a hub between them. But will a leading print publisher translate well to the image-heavy social network?



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