Incoming New York Times Executive Editor Jill Abramson spent six months recently focusing on the online operations. During that time, she tells AdAge, she learned a number of things — such as the Web staff was not as integrated as it should be, the online competitive landscape is greater than she realized, and The Times [...]
The New York Times is close to announcing that the paper will begin charging for access to its website, according to New York Magazine.
This feature from nytimes.com lets users zoom in on the images and examine up close some of the damage caused by the earthquake in Haiti. Simple but smart idea.
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In a new New York Times interactive feature, “How Do You Feel About the Economy?,” readers can enter the word that best describes your current mood and follow the most popular choices from readers of NYTimes.com.
Nicholas Carson of Silicon Alley Insider did the math and determined that it costs the Times about twice as much money to print and deliver the newspaper over a year as it would cost to send each of its subscribers a brand new Amazon Kindle instead.
Eric Etheridge on NYTimes.com: Is the apparent demise of the print media a “revolution”?
Nick Bilton from The New York Times R&D Labs discussed how NYT is preparing for the future of news delivery at ETech.
In a speech at the South By Southwest Interactive Festival in Austin, Steven Johnson says that “steady transformation from desert to jungle may be the single most important trend we should be looking at when we talk about the future of news.”