As more city and statewide closures occur across the U.S. and internationally, Time Out’snetwork of titles has temporarily rebranded as Time In.
A new logo and mission accompanies the rebrand.
Will Gleason, EIC of Time Out New York, stated: “The city’s openhearted, can-do spirit is what we celebrate every day here at Time Out New York, and it’s something we’ll continue to do over the next few unprecedented weeks.”
The change in editorial direction will include ways to support small businesses and guides to fun things to do at home.
Time Out New York’s website is offering stories such as “The best takeout and delivery restaurants in New York” and “The 100 best movies of all time,” in addition to regularly updated stories about coronavirus advice and closures in New York.
In addition to the rebrand, Time Out Market New York closed yesterday and will remain closed indefinitely.
“These are unprecedented times and nothing matters more than the health and safety of our guests, teams, concessionaires and the local community as a whole,” states Didier Souillat, CEO of Time Out Market.
Time Out Market New York opened its doors in the Dumbo neighborhood of Brooklyn in May 2019 and hosts 21 eateries and three bars.