With ‘Times in Person,’ The New York Times Puts its National Journalists in Front of Local Crowds

Last October, The New York Times published a story about a steelworker named Shannon Mulcahy. The Indianapolis factory where she worked was closing, and about 300 workers would lose their jobs.

“For months, Shannon kept working as the factory shut down around her,” wrote Farah Stockman, a Times national correspondent.

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