Journalism educators: This can serve as a model for your class. Take the local news situation and profile it. I think in this case, imitation of the structure and idea would make a good project. Also, wouldn’t it be interesting to have a site like this for major media organizations around the U.S.? That’s what I’m thinking. Twelve NYU undergrads in Professor Jay Rosen’s spring 2015 class,“The Future of the New York Times,” have been looking deeply into efforts at the Times to find a secure and sustainable future in a radically changed world. They have pored over what has been written on the subject. They have heard from people who work at the New York Times—and those who recently left it. And they have learned from other close readers of the institution. Now they are ready to share some results of their work with others who are interested in the future of the New York Times.