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latimes.com through the years!

Added on by Madeline Stevens.

I'm not exactly sure when they rolled their new online site out but it's pretty cool. It reminds me of flipboard (the popular mobile app for news compilation). As with most big changes to journalism, this will take some time to get used to, I already miss the old design. The site has not gotten a remodel since maybe 2008/2009 if I were to take an educated guess. Fun fact? The website was launched for the first time on April 6, 1994.

They even posted a cool video that takes you on a tour of the new site. In short, I'm excited for change and love when it happens in journalism. #oninejournalism #change #pagelayout 

Latimes.com circa December 21, 1996. Check out that top story- "Simpson wins custody of his son and daughter." Yikes.

Latimes.com circa December 21, 1996. Check out that top story- "Simpson wins custody of his son and daughter." Yikes.

September 11, 2012 front page, not much different at all from the front page I saw just a week ago on May 20, 2014. 

September 11, 2012 front page, not much different at all from the front page I saw just a week ago on May 20, 2014. 

Today, latimes.com takes you to this page, but if you click on "VISUAL BROWSER" in the upper left hand corner it takes you to the page I've posted below where you click to the right to see each category starting with "local."

Today, latimes.com takes you to this page, but if you click on "VISUAL BROWSER" in the upper left hand corner it takes you to the page I've posted below where you click to the right to see each category starting with "local."

I love how you can see clear evidence of contextual advertising with my open safari tabs searching for Southwest flights from Dallas to Seattle and then there's the big ad for Southwest. The trip is scheduled for the end of June. Can't wait.

I love how you can see clear evidence of contextual advertising with my open safari tabs searching for Southwest flights from Dallas to Seattle and then there's the big ad for Southwest. The trip is scheduled for the end of June. Can't wait.