N.Y. Times Developing Television News Series

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The newspaper is working with production company Left/Right on the project.

The New York Times is developing a television news program, according to a recent job listing on their site for an editor/executive producer.

Described as "an ambitious television news series that seeks to combine the range and authority of Times journalism with immersive storytelling, innovative visuals and best-in-class production values," the show promises "groundbreaking investigations, on-the-ground reporting, agenda-setting interviews and new formats yet to be invented."

The Times is working with Left/Right, which produced This American Life's television program for Showtime as well as multiple episodes of PBS' Frontline.

A request for comment from the Times was not immediately returned.