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To our readers

October 22, 2006|Dean Baquet | Editor

Starting today, you will notice major changes in the appearance of the Los Angeles Times. On Sundays, pictures at the top of the page will highlight stories and sections inside. Headlines will come in a greater variety of styles and sizes. On inside pages, more boxes and graphics will offer background on major news stories.

On weekdays, the changes are even more pronounced. Column One, long a showcase for The Times' best story-telling, will be presented more dramatically. And the weekday and Saturday editorial pages will move from the California section to the main news section.

These changes will highlight our best work, make the paper more visually engaging and help readers find whatever interests them throughout the paper. You will see more changes in the coming months, all the result of much study of what our readers have told us they want from The Times.

Dean Baquet, Editor

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