Tribune's new design debuts

Print edition of the Chicago Tribune gets slightly smaller, with increased white space. Looks good, I guess, though where are the editors going to find space to add all the Britney Spears news?

Starting with today's editions, the newspaper introduces some design changes updating our appearance and enhancing your reading experience.


We have maintained most of our signature typefaces, including the one used for the text of our articles. That remains the Nimrod typeface, among the most readable in the industry. It also is exactly the same size and has the same line spacing that readers have come to expect. We are introducing some new typefaces as well. We have changed our primary sans-serif typeface to the highly legible Benton Sans and are adding the very readable Poynter Agate One typeface.

[From Tribune's new design debuts --]


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