The New York Times on why it won’t be using “The Times” anymore

A New York newspaper has taken the extraordinary step of removing its “The New York Tribune” brand from its home page in an effort to preserve the newspaper’s brand identity as a platform for journalism.

The decision comes in the wake of the Times’ decision to remove all references to its “New York” name from its website.

The New Yorker announced this week that it would no longer refer to its flagship publication as the “New Yorker” when referring to its online content, as part of a broader effort to modernize its name and image.

“The New Yorker’s brand is important to us, and to our readers and our audiences.

It is a cornerstone of our values,” the paper’s executive editor, James Grosz, said in a statement.

“We decided it was time to do a complete rebranding of our brand and the Times was our best option.”

In the announcement on Monday, the paper said it will not use the word “New” on its website, or on its print edition.

Instead, it will be referred to as “The NYTimes,” as the name of the New York metropolitan area.

The name will remain on the masthead, but will no longer appear in the text of the articles.

The Times said it also will no long use the words “The Daily News” in its titles and “Daily News” on print editions.

“We want our readers to know we care about what they read, and we want to help them understand what’s at stake in this election,” Groszz said in the statement.