SUNDAY Spotlight debuts today

SUNDAY Spotlight debuts today

The Bangkok Post launches a new weekly section with today's Sunday newspaper, featuring curated articles from The New York Times.

The branded section, titled Spotlight, features news, analysis and opinion selected by The New York Times' international weekly team and covers subjects ranging from global trends, business, science and techno­logy, to arts and design.

Suthikiati Chirathivat, chairman and publisher of the Bangkok Post, said he was confident the added content to the newspaper would be well received by readers.

Suthikiati: Added content for our readers

"The Bangkok Post has always stood for fair, ba­lanced and quality journalism. We are 'The Newspaper You Can Trust'," he said.

"I am happy to be reaffirming that promise with the launch of Sunday Spotlight, featuring curated articles from The New York Times.

Worachai: Proud teamwork

Worachai Bhicharn­chitr, vice-chairman of the Bangkok Post, echoed the sentiments, saying Thailand's oldest newspaper is proud to be collaborating with The New York Times, "one of the most respected newspapers in the world."

Greenspon: 'The best of The New York Times'

Michael Greenspon, global head for NYT Licensing and Print Innovation, said the section "represents the best of The New York Times" and was being curated for the Bangkok Post and its community.

"It is my honour to welcome the Bangkok Post to our family of international weekly publishers, a further strengthening of our long-term relationship," he said.

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