New Ad for The New York Times Shows What It Sometimes Takes to Break a Big Story

The Truth is Worth It: Fearlessness is of the better advertisements for a news media company (in this case, The New York Times) we’ve ever seen…

A New York Times reporter traveled to Iraq five times and unearthed more than 15,000 documents to detail the Islamic States’ bureaucratic and brutal rule.

The poignant spot, which runs for 2 minutes and 12 seconds, was produced by Manhattan’s Droga5 creative agency.

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