New York Herald Tribune

From BR Bullpen

The New York Herald Tribune was a newspaper in New York, NY from 1924-1966. Roger Kahn, Red Patterson and Red Smith wrote for the paper.

Even after the paper's demise, its name lived on through the International Herald Tribune, its international edition, based in Paris, France, which continued to publish for more than three decades under the joint control of the Washington Post and New York Times. The Times became the sole shareholder in 2003 and renamed the paper the International New York Times in 2013, marking the end of the prestigious name.