ACCJ The Journal - Sign of The Times - Exclusive interview with the new owner of Japan’s oldest, mos
OCTOBER 2017 MEDIA
Sign of The Times Exclusive interview with the new owner of Japan’s oldest, most widely read English paper
By Simon Farrell
For more than a century, The Japan Times has covered the global and local news in English, serving as a critical bridge between Japan and the world. Through many evolutions—including its current tie-up with The New York Times—it has remained a vital part of the international community and, on June 20, ownership of the newspaper passed from Nifco Inc. to News2u Holdings, Inc. The ACCJ Journal sat down with new Chairperson and Publisher Minako Kambara Suematsu, also chief executive officer of News2u, to learn more about her background and plans for the paper’s future.
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