“George Malone sees the world through many windows” but the window that allows him to see the most is his daily newspaper “The New York Times.” The film tracks back the history of the newspaper and relates it to “today” in 1965. It shows the many departments and people involved in creating one of the most well-known newspapers in the world.
There is an extensive display of the various foreign offices of the “Times” in London, Paris, Brussels, Rome, Bombay, Hong Kong, and Tokyo. The end of the film shows the production process and schedule for printing a new edition every day.
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