You didn’t think that The Paper of Record was going to take the mistreatment of one of their photographers at Monday’s Occupy Wall Street Protest at the World Financial Center Plaza sitting down, did you? Absolutely not: Read More
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Maybe it’s because of the success of Page One or maybe they are just trying to justify that paywall. Either way, we were slightly puzzled by an email we received this afternoon. Apparently, this is one of the “extras” we get as a benefit of our subscription. Why the hard sell, guys. You clearly already Read More
Look at those crazy tech bloggers over at The New York Times’ Gadgetwise Blog. It’s like a scene from Page One.
Today, a digital short featuring DealBook Editor (and former Wunderkind) Andrew Ross Sorkin and personal technology editor Sam Grobart explores what happens when cool iPhone users exchange cellphones with Read More
Rather, it’s an “online pricing plan,” a “digital subscription plan.” “It’s not like the Times of London wall,” said Sulzberger, noting the porousness and searchability of the new New York Times.
Yet at last night’s discussion at the Columbia Journalism School, entitled ‘The Future of Media, Publishing and Paid Content’, the audience just couldn’t shake Read More
Slowly but surely, Hugo Lindgren is making The New York Times Magazine his own. And just as important as the big names he’s bringing into the building are the voices he’s letting go.
In December, the magazine’s deputy editor, Alex Star—a brainy sort who previously created the Boston Globe‘s Ideas section and edited Lingua Read More
That was fast. Less than three weeks after it came on the market, the soon-to-be old headquarters of The New York Times will be sold for $525 million – triple what the New York Times Company sold it for three years ago.
Africa Israel, a company owned by the Uzbeki-born Israeli billionaire Lev Leviev, is Read More