Tag: New York Times Company

Digital Revenue Exceeds Print for 1st Time for New York Times Company

Over a three-month period dominated by the coronavirus pandemic and a slowdown in advertising, The New York Times Company for the first time reported quarterly revenue that owed more to digital products than to the print newspaper. As much of its staff worked remotely, The Times brought in $185.5 million in revenue for digital subscriptions […]

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New York Times to Buy Producer of ‘Serial’ Podcast

The New York Times Company has agreed to buy Serial Productions, the company behind the hit podcast “Serial,” The Times said on Wednesday, in the paper’s latest move to broaden its digital journalism. The arrangement will allow Serial Productions to increase the number of shows it makes, said Julie Snyder, the executive editor of Serial […]

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The New York Times Co. Names Meredith Kopit Levien as Chief Executive

The New York Times Company on Wednesday named Meredith Kopit Levien, the news organization’s chief operating officer, as its next president and chief executive, making her the youngest person ever to lead its executive ranks. Ms. Levien, 49, will succeed Mark Thompson, the chief executive since 2012, on Sept. 8. Ms. Levien also will serve […]

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