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The Times Goes Global with Digital Subscriptions

According to The New York Times publisher Arthur Sulzberger, Jr.’s nytimes.com March 28th post, the Times introduced digital subscriptions, available globally, on Monday. Sulzberger described the subscriptions as “an investment in our future. It will allow us to develop new sources of revenue to strengthen our ability to continue our journalistic mission as well as

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Business Quotes – Kenneth Feld

Few interesting quotes from an interview with Kenneth Feld, published in New York Times on October 24, 2010. The interview by Adam Bryant. About Kenneth Feld from Wikipedia: Kenneth Jeffrey Feld (born 1948 in Washington, DC) is the CEO of Feld Entertainment, which owns Ringling Brothers Barnum and Bailey Circus, Disney on Ice!, Doodlebops Live!

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The New York Times Paywall

Next year The New York Times will start charging for an access to its online resources. Even that we still are guessing what it will look like, there are some unofficial numbers available. Possible prices: – an access to the Times for a 24 hour period will probably cost $2 – monthly web access –

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New York Times TV

Internet overtakes print in news , so print media switch to Internet and try to provide not only text but also multimedia. New York Times made a next big step toward this trend and it is offering a TimesCast. It is a daily video news program about the top stories The Times is following. It

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New York Times will Charge for Online Access

The New York Times is going to charge readers for an access to some of its Website’s resources. Of course there is a risk that people will go elsewhere to read news. This will affect a traffic and a revenue from online adverts. The company Forrester Research in its recent study mentioned that most people

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