The New York Times provides insights behind their project to bring a front page full of names

This past Sunday, the New York Times decided to publish a front page full of obituaries, as the death toll from COVID-19 approached 100,000 people.

The Times, which calls the ongoing tragedy “an incalculable loss,” published nearly 1,000 victims’ names, age and a personal detail about each person.

The Times Insider takes readers behind the scenes with insights into how decisions on this project were made. It’s a worthwhile read.