Evan Sandhaus will talk about how The New York Times is working to utilize its vast archive in their daily news work.
Between September 18, 1851 and December 31, 1980, the The New York Times produced 46,595 issues that span 2,456,075 printed pages. The release of the TimesMachine make the complete print editions of The New York Times as they originally appeared available.
Evan Sandhaus is Director for Search, Archives and Semantics at The New York Times Company. He leads the teams responsible for searching, displaying and organizing the over 15 million articles that constitute The Times’ 163 year-old archive.