The New York Times--Ochs-Sulzberger Family Great Hall of News

Around, above and below, visitors to the Great Hall of News are surrounded by a continuous flow of news. Instant, breaking, historic news that is uncensored, diverse and free.

This soaring, 90-foot-high atrium showcases breaking news on its giant Electronic Window on the World screen; the latest headlines are constantly updated on an electronic zipper. Suspended from above are two icons of modern news gathering and transmission – a satellite replica and a Bell helicopter.

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Exhibitions and events

Bloomberg Internet, TV and Radio Gallery

Permanent exhibition

As technologies improved, the speed of news increased. First there was radio, carrying the sound of news simultaneously to thousands of listeners over long distances. Television and the internet...

Pulitzer Prize Photographs Gallery

Permanent exhibition

This gallery features the most comprehensive collection of Pulitzer Prize-winning photographs ever assembled as well as interviews with many of the photographers. Some of the photographs have become...

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