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'New York Times' moves to smaller, standard format

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New York—The New York Times on Monday moved to a smaller format, cutting 1.5 inches from its width and moving to a newspaper industry standard of 12 inches. The change, which the company announced a year ago, will result in cost savings of about $10 million. The reduction in size was originally expected to happen in mid-2008, but the company was able to get its printing presses reconfigured sooner than anticipated.
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