New York Times Digitizes Its Photo Archives On Tumblr

New York Times Digitizes Its Photo Archives On Tumblr
technology

The media company will be adding photos daily to their site on the popular micro-blogging platform called "The Lively Morgue".

Emma Hutchings
  • 1 march 2012

The New York Times has launched a new Tumblr called “The Lively Morgue,” which is dedicated to publishing several photographs each week from its archive and giving the public access to its wealth of historical riches. Picture editors have been digging through its photo archive and picking out images that catch their eye. Some will be available for purchase and some will be accompanied by a detailed back story on its Lens blog.

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