By: E&P Staff
The Los Angeles Times has announced that it will merge its sunday opinion section (called “Current”) with the book review section beginning April 15, and that the paper will have more book reviews appearing throughout the paper as well, according to a press release.
The release also said the paper would expand its Web section on books, including a book store-searce ability and book-related event and lecture listings. The online opinions section will now feature interactive content as well, and will include web-only columns, online forums, and a blog. The paper also announced some changes to its business and calendar sections.
“Our customers are changing how they live, work and play in Southern California — including how, when and where they get their news and information,” said The Times Publisher, David D. Hiller in a statement. “We are changing with them, adding in some areas and going in a new direction in others, and always sustaining the world class content our readers and users expect.”