The process of storytelling through images is explored by the newspaper's team.

The New York Times has been heralded for its writing as much as its graphic accompaniment. As Die Gestalten explores in their latest podcast, the graphic storytelling is a delicate negotiation between the designer and writer.

They explain:

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.

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