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AG Sulzberger

A. G. Sulzberger

New York Times publisher

A. G. Sulzberger is the publisher of the New York Times and the chairman of The New York Times Company. Since taking on his current role, he has invested heavily in investigative journalism, pushed the New York Times to expand into new digital formats, and has been an outspoken defender of the free press in the United States and abroad. A key architect of the company’s digital transformation, he has helped grow The Times’s digital subscriber base to more than 10 million, from 800,000 in 2014, the year he authored the Innovation Report.

Before becoming publisher, Mr. Sulzberger worked as a reporter and editor. He began his career at The Providence Journal and The Oregonian before joining The Times as a metro reporter. He later served as a national correspondent, assistant metro editor, associate editor for newsroom strategy and deputy publisher. A graduate of Brown University, he is the sixth member of the Ochs-Sulzberger family to serve The Times as publisher since the newspaper was purchased by Adolph Ochs in 1896.