The New York Times front-of-the-book is about to get a makeover.
Starting in a month, when you open up the front section of the Times, you'll find an expanded table-of-contents section spilled across two pages, a section box detailing features at nytimes.com, a relocated corrections section and a new banner heading dubbed "International Report" for foreign stories.
In essence, there will be lots of easily digestible summaries, which will require an extra page flip or two (or three!) before you hit your first news story.
"This will be a bit of a magazine model," said Tom Bodkin, the assistant managing editor of the Times.