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The New York Times Company (NYSE: NYT) announced today that its first-quarter 2017 earnings conference call will be held on Wednesday, May 3 at 11:00 a.
The New York Times today announced that it would introduce the next wave of ads from its " The Truth is Hard" brand campaign.
You may be paying for your content sooner than you think.
As the mothership struggles, the country's fifth-biggest broadcaster, with its dozen digital properties, aims to be in the vanguard of a hot, new-again business model: e-shopping.
Facebook's Instant Articles arrived with great fanfare. But two years later, publishers are underwhelmed.
The New York Times announced today that Ellen Pollock has been named the new editor of Business Day.
While two Tronc directors engage in a power struggle for control of the newspaper publisher, jobs at legacy print publications plummet.
The New York Times announced today that Hanya Yanagihara has been named the new editor of T: The New York Times Style Magazine.
Media stocks outperformed the broad market in the first quarter, but the jump in valuation may have had more to do with peripherals like politics than fundamentals of the business.
According to the RIAA, streaming services accounted for 51% of U.S. music revenue in 2016, up from 34% in 2015, as the industry posted its biggest revenue gain since 1998.
Chinese conglomerate HNA Group is in talks to buy a controlling ownership stake in Forbes Media, Reuters reported.
Alphabet's YouTube is the latest to contend with controversial ad placements.
Investors in New York Times Co. saw new options begin trading today, for the May 19th expiration.
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Newspapers, magazines, digital-only publishers and public radio companies all have reported big increases in reader support since the election.
Now that the company is public, publishers will be able to get a better sense of whether they should be posting their editorial content on its Discover social media platform.
The New York Times today introduced a reimagined presentation of its A2 and A3 print pages, featuring a richness of Times content and a new look under the direction of Tom Jolly, associate masthead editor, and Jake...
The famed value investor offers an ominous forecast for U.S. newspapers, predicting that only The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal are likely to survive the digital revolution.
The New York Times today announced that it would launch a new brand campaign to underline the importance of facts and encourage the support of independent journalism.
The New York Times Company's Board of Directors today declared a regular quarterly dividend of $.
The New York Times Company announced today that its Board of Directors nominated Hays Golden to stand for election as a director at its 2017 annual meeting of stockholders on April 19.
Subscribers to a one-year All-Access digital subscription to the newspaper also will have access to Spotify's premium music streaming service.
It's not all about ad sales for legacy print publishers, as a jump in subscribers at WSJ.com shows.
The New York Times today announced that new Times digital subscribers who sign up for a one-year All Access subscription will receive free, unlimited access to Spotify Premium.
Investors need to stop being lemmings and demand accountability and voting rights, starting by saying no to the Snapchat parent's IPO.
New York Times CEO Mark Thompson said the paper is ramping up marketing efforts to take advantage of the intensified interest in news post-election.
Read all about it! Despite plunging profits, the newspaper publisher enjoyed a shot in the arm last year.