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NYTimes.com readers ponder how much they'll pay

With the Times' announcement that frequent readers will have to start paying for access in 2011, the question becomes, "How much would you pay?"

By January 20, 2010


More video coming to NYTimes.com

Site launches a new platform to bring more videos--in HD--to its home page, articles, blogs, and site library.

By October 24, 2008


Verizon customers to get NYTimes.com to go

Verizon Wireless and "The New York Times" team up to provide mobile NYtimes.com content to customers.

By September 9, 2008


NYTimes.com gears ads to surfers' habits

New York Times Digital, in a new test is letting advertisers reach visitors with demonstrated interests, in what could be a new dawn of personalized advertising on the Web.

By February 13, 2003


NYTimes.com names new editor

New York Times Digital named Leonard Apcar, a longtime member of the print edition's editorial staff, as editor in chief, the company said Friday. Apcar will replace Bernard Gwertzman, who is retiring after seven years as editor of NYTimes.com and more than 27 years at the print paper. Apcar, who will report to New York Times Digital CEO Martin Nisenholtz in his role starting June 10, has been The New York Times' assistant editor of foreign news for the past four years and has worked with the paper since 1991.

By May 10, 2002


NYTimes.com offers "premium" clips

New York Times Digital is selling video clips of interviews with famous artists and public figures, the latest Net publisher to place a premium on broadcasts.

By April 23, 2002


Full digital access to NYT.com to cost $455

This story incorrectly identified the subscription terms for NYTimes.com. The company will charge on a four-week basis instead of for every month.

By March 17, 2011


Daily Tidbits: Netvibes gets facelift, NY Times enlists help from celebrities

In today's round-up, Netvibes adds new features to improve the design of its service, and the NYTimes.com hires celebrities to help turn things around.

By December 9, 2008


'Freakonomics' moves to prime time

NYTimes.com exclusively hosts 'Freakonomics' with Mark Cuban, Jim Cramer as quorum and Q&A guests to the social economics blog

By August 9, 2007


Pop-under ads may hit publisher wallets

A company publishes a patent application that, if approved, would require sites such as NYTimes.com, Yahoo and DoubleClick, which use the oft-annoying ads, to pay a royalty fee.

By June 3, 2002