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  The Future Of The New York Times
NYT Co.'s stock is trading at about 40, down 25% from its high of 53.80 in mid-2002 and has trailed the shares of many other newspaper companies for a good year and a half.
Still, NYT Co. consistently fails to post the 25% profit margins of such big newspaper combines as Gannett Co. (GCI) and Knight-Ridder Inc. (KRI) mainly because of the Times's outsize editorial spending, which the paper does not disclose but which is thought to exceed $300 million a year.
The value of NYT Co. shares soared 295% from their 1996 low to their 2002 high, boosting the value of the family's 19% holding to $1.5 billion.
www.businessweek.com /magazine/content/05_03/b3916001_mz001.htm   (4538 words)

 NYT Preps Readers for Monetization Push | Threadwatch.org   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
NYT crossword puzzle is a unique item and has no close alternative so it can be monetized.
NYT would be smarter to open up the content and sell ads not access to content.
There are elements on the NYT site that are exclusively theirs -- Op-Ed, the magazine, style, arts reviews, etc. If they want to further monetize their site, I could imagine them charging for access to those items, but the news is the news.
www.threadwatch.org /node/1877   (529 words)

 ♫ Nyt guestlist london club | Be Our Guests   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
NYT has been inspired by downtown New York - complete with wire mesh payment booth, industrial loft-style interior and graffiti art.
I think my boyfriend paid 35 pound for 4 shots NYT are not playin i find the DJ repeats and rinses tunes over n over and i have to say there is quite a few off key people in that place lol.
This was the first time I had been to NYT and had a good night, the DJ played all my favourite songs, the new look is funky and the bar tenders were all really nice, gonna go there again for my birthday in three weeks.
www.beourguests.co.uk /nightclubs/NYT/70/NYT.html   (425 words)

 NYT - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
NYT is a common acronym for the American newspaper The New York Times.
Nyt (Finnish newspaper) is a weekly newspaper in Helsinki, Finland, supplementing the main newspaper Helsingin Sanomat.
This is a disambiguation page, a list of pages that otherwise might share the same title.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/NYT   (96 words)

 NYT Archives: PaidContent.org   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Integration Hurdles: NYT & NYT Digital: Mark Glaser has a detailed story on the continued efforts in the integration of the paper New York Times and Times Digital newsrooms.
NYT To Place Some Content Behind Pay Wall In September: The New York Times wants to have its cake and eat it,too, by launching "TimesSelect" in September-- a product designed to garner subscription income for access to some of the paper's most popular staffers and articles.
NYT Short-Circuits Long-Running Tech Section: The rumored demise of Circuits, the weekly New York Times geek-chic tech section, is a reality; Mar. 24 is the last Thursday for the stand-alone section.
www.paidcontent.org /pc/arch/cat_nyt.shtml   (15690 words)

 It's Time for Regime Change at the New York Times -- A BuzzFlash Editorial
What is important to remember, for the moment, is that the NYT was forced to acknowledge as fundamentally flawed articles that the infamous Judith Miller and other staff members wrote, because when the Bush Cartel discredited Chalabi, the NYT, in essence, was caught with its pants pulled down.
And, like the Bush Administration to whom the NYT news section is so often tied at the hip, for the most part, there are, as we have noted, no consequences to the admission of responsibility.
And the NYT played a key role in propagating the ridiculous caricature that Al Gore was a liar, while it did little to expose the truth about George W. Bush's disastrous and dissembling history as an individual and as governor of Texas.
www.buzzflash.com /editorial/04/06/edi04039.html   (1731 words)

 Micro Persuasion: Did Blogs Kill the NYT Tech Section?
It is also just possible that the NYT plans to make some lucky tech blogger at About.com the next Blog Superstar.
If the NYT wasn't writing articles about every advertiser who buys ads on gawker.com, gawker.com would have zero revenue (in my view anyway).
I mean, the NYT actually published an article about a Gawker Media Blog BEFORE the blog even went live.
www.micropersuasion.com /2005/03/did_blogs_kill_.html   (987 words)

 Liberal bigotry, NYT-style - The Washington Times: Editorials/OP-ED - December 12, 2004   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
But hope reigns eternal, the NYT opined, because Sen. Charles Schumer is there to save the day and make sure that Mr.
Reid made about Justice Thomas and the NYT made about Justice Scalia is how glibly they describe their targets as an "embarassment," or "retrogressive" or "ultraextreme" without providing any evidence to substantiate their attacks.
Reid and the NYT are liberals, they are smarter than the rest of us, they are morally superior to the rest of us, and they don't have to lower themselves to explain why conservatives are inferior and backward.
www.washtimes.com /op-ed/20041211-101039-3938r.htm   (419 words)

 Will Only Kausfiles Defend the NYT? - Well, sort of ... By Mickey Kaus
It's also possible, as Todd Purdum and Patrick Tyler's initial NYT story argued, that those in the administration who oppose the war --e.g.
While national security adviser Condoleezza Rice mentioned both sorts of chemical attacks as grounds for pursuing "regime change" in Iraq, the civilian attacks would seem to be the more important part of that case.
Today's Quickie Nina B. Talking Points: Nina Bernstein, who is distrusted by experts on the left as well as the right, continues her front-page NYT campaign to make a big deal about the rise in "child-only" welfare cases.
www.slate.com /default.aspx?id=2069339   (4289 words)

 BeldarBlog: NYT late and lame to the SwiftVets controversy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
BeldarBlog: NYT late and lame to the SwiftVets controversy
NYT late and lame to the SwiftVets controversy
I'd fisk this sucker, but it's late at night, I'm dog tired, and every bit of the crap in the NYT article is stuff I've written about (and others have written about) over and over again.
beldar.blogs.com /beldarblog/2004/08/nyt_late_and_la.html   (1219 words)

 What They Said: NYT: Curveball the Goofball
NYT: With Bush Re-elected, Rove Turns to Policy
NYT: U.S. Military Says 26 Inmate Deaths May Be Homicide
This is a paragraph of text that could go in the sidebar.
heardthem.blogspot.com /2005/04/nyt-curveball-goofball.html   (873 words)

 Krugman: "I Didn't Know" - The NYT columnist grudgingly admits error -- to readers of his Web site, anyway. By Mickey ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
But for the NYT to basically ignore something important that happened yesterday is a bit bizarre (the LAT covers both parts of the story).Indeed, John Dao's NYT account reads as if it could have been written the day before the hearing started.
Unfortunately for the NYT, Cheney was head of Halliburton, not Dresser, and Halliburton claims it was "kept in the dark by Dresser," which would make it the victim in a corporate lily-gilding, not the victimizer.
In other words, neither the NYT nor the WSJ seem to worry anymore whether their ed pages have "balance." (And the news pages of the NYT are now considerably more anti-Bush than the news pages of the WSJ were anti-Clinton -- the Clintophobes were on the WSJ editorial page.)...
slate.msn.com /?id=2068650   (4609 words)

 THE BELGRAVIA DISPATCH: The Berger Follies: The NYT Has No Shame
And, of course, evil Dick Cheney might be trying to divert attention away from the 9/11 inquiry--the NYT helpfully showcases as well.
Your baffled NYT readers might be excused, at this juncture, for thinking George Bush himself was stuffing docs down his socks and trousers....
That the NYT wants to make the Republican accusations look as dramatic as possible--so, in case Berger was merely careless, the GOP looks bad for all that slanderous talk about Berger doing it on "on purpose", "stashing" the docs, etc. etc.
www.belgraviadispatch.com /archives/001490.html   (1565 words)

 NYT Election Day crossword -- November 5, 1996
I am curious to know what percentage of players who finished this puzzle correctly remain entirely oblivious, to this day, to the possibility of a different answer.
This is an outstanding NYT crossword that, I'll bet, not enough people know about.
The July 9, 2003, NYT Puzzle by Patrick Merrell was about last year’s Tour de France.
barelybad.com /xwdthemes_110596.htm   (1559 words)

 Keller in the Cellar? - High-Handed Howell meme gains steam! By Mickey Kaus   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Why isn't the basic, underlying Jayson Blair story obvious from the NYT's lengthy account--namely, an underperforming and unready reporter was promoted in January, 2001, over the objections of one of the editors who knew him best, because of his skin color.
The NYT apparently has run a minority internship program that has the effect--since the internships routinely lead to job offers--of hiring minority reporters right out of college, without the customary years of seasoning at smaller papers.
In the long run, the NYT doesn't seem to have done him any favors--not to mention the effect on other African-American reporters who now have to unfairly labor under the sneaking suspicion that they are potential Blairs.
slate.msn.com /id/2082661   (4395 words)

 By Dawn's Early Light: Does the NYT Editorial Board read the NYT?
I don't know if it is because the NYT is not covering news that it should and therefore its editorial board is not reading other news accounts or if the editorial board is not reading its own paper.
The NYT position appears to be not to defend any friend or bear any burden for the cause of democracy, but rather to not upset rising totalitarian nations.
The NYT editorial is markedly pacifist in nature and seems to be blind to the major US foreign policy initiatives in Asia that its own newsroom has reported on.
dawnsearlylight.blogs.com /del/2005/05/an_open_letter_.html   (2837 words)

 PressThink: A Little Detail in the Sale of About.com to the New York Times
What he’s saying is that NYT gains knowledge in how to design their pages for maximum search spidering, they also gain better relations with the search companies via About, and basically get all-around better search engine optimization with About— which explains About’s huge traffic advantage over NYT.
NYT might eventually come up with a way to do well in search results even if the link goes to a wall at NYT— or a partial story.
What the NYT could have done instead, at a much lower cost, was to BUILD itself as an Internet brand...
journalism.nyu.edu /pubzone/weblogs/pressthink/2005/02/20/abt_nyt.html   (10288 words)

 New York Triathlon - NYT - www.NYTRI.org
If you volunteer for any race this year you will be GUARANTEED FREE ENTRY to the same event next year, or you will receive credit towards any other event that we are organizing this year (of equivalent entry fee).
Applicants should be computer literate, possess a vehicle and be able to devote a minimum of 10 Sundays during the racing season.
The DAG Timing System is cutting edge technology in the computer chip timing industry and promises to deliver reliable and accurate timing results.
www.nytc.org   (529 words)

 INDC Journal: Stolen Explosives: Nice Try, NY Times (UPDATED)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Uncommitted voters (the 1% that are left), do not grasp complicated arguments in the last week of a campaign.
NYT says 380 tons of explosives are missing.
If Geek were arguing that there was no collusion between the NYT, CBS, and the Kerry campaign, he might accomplish something, but trying to stick a totally minor military point on Bush personally is the absolute HEIGHT of folly.
www.indcjournal.com /archives/001212.php   (14626 words)

 Is the NYT Inventing Quotes Again? - BuzzFlash Reader Commentary
It should be noted by BuzzFlash that the NYT, in writing such a story, is following the Bush line that foreign terrorists are behind the attacks on American forces [LINK].
In any case, what's interesting about this Le Monde article (for those who don't read French), is that the French judge quoted by the NYT claims he never says what the NYT claims he said.
Apparently attempting to outline the invisible enemy ceaselessly harassing American soldiers, the November 1, 2003 NYT published an investigation on the "hundreds of jihad warriors" pouring into Iraq.
www.buzzflash.com /contributors/03/11/con03329.html   (858 words)

 Sex, Rugs, and Rock 'n' Roll - In-depth Bob Greene analysis. By Mickey Kaus
When the New York Times Magazine needs to hype a story (on Domenici's support for "mental health parity") for its apparently uninformed readership, to whom almost any mainstream Republican seemingly is "hard line."...
Moderates in the Senate, especially veterans of past budget battles like Pete Domenici and William Roth, refuse to go along with the big tax cuts advocated by the budget-cutters in the House.
In the actual piece, Deborah Sontag is more careful -- while still leaving the impression that Domenici's mental health crusade is more surprising and out of character than it really is. The point isn't that Sontag is a blindered Upper West Side rube.
www.slate.com /default.aspx?id=2070753   (1811 words)

In this NYT puzzle of October 23, 2005, by David J. Kahn, I'll give the clues and ANSWERS together.
Update of July 2002 In a BOOK titled The New York Times Monday Through Friday Easy to Tough Crossword Puzzles, a collection of 50 NYT crosswords published by St. Martin's Press, the introduction by Will Shortz is based in part on the table of my solving times shown above.
Take this detour to learn a lot more about the hardest NYT crossword, then return here.
barelybad.com /crossword.htm   (4198 words)

 BigMediaBlog: NYT
John S Bolton wrote: Further, we are told that Silicon V...
John S Bolton wrote: The NYT offers editorial opinion to...
The Lonewacko Blog wrote: Today the NYT published a news repo...
bigmediablog.com /archives/001169.html   (103 words)

 Jhumpa makes NYT's top ten list
The Namesake, a novel Jhumpa Lahiri initially thought of abandoning because it aroused uneasy feelings about her own immigrant experience, has shot into the national bestseller list.
The Times also noted that sales of the book are very close to the number three on the list, Terry Brook's fantasy High Druid of Shannara.
In the past two decades, just about three authors and their books with Indian backgrounds have made it to the NYT Top 10 list: Salman Rushdie's The Satanic Verses, Arundhati Roy's The God of Small Things, and now Lahiri's latest.
www.rediff.com /news/2003/sep/22jhumpa.htm   (796 words)

 Wendy's Blog: Legal Tags: NYT Catches the "Anonymous WiFi Is Evil" Bug
The New York Times runs an article in which law enforcement officials lament, somewhat breathlessly, that open wifi connections can be used, anonymously, by wrongdoers.
Wendy's Blog: Legal Tags: NYT Catches the "Anonymous WiFi Is Evil" Bug
Wendy's Blog: Legal Tags: Discussion on NYT Catches the "Anonymous...
wendy.seltzer.org /blog/archives/2005/03/19/nyt_catches_the_anonymous_wifi_is_evil_bug.html   (446 words)

 Coming to a Sunday Styles Near You: 'Yellow-Light Bachelors' and Other Media: New York Times Stories : Gawker   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
On the one hand, it’s gotta be a little weird when your brain start playing music no one else can hear.
We don’t care how dangerous the chemicals in your lab are, how noxious the fumes wafting by, or how many sharp sticks hover just outside the photographer’s frame.
NYT: Changing The Rules So NYC Can Be #1
www.gawker.com /news/media/new-york-times/index.php   (1886 words)

 Boing Boing: NYT: Blogs fact-check their own asses in tsunami debate
Boing Boing: NYT: Blogs fact-check their own asses in tsunami debate
NYT: Blogs fact-check their own asses in tsunami debate
Another insightful piece from John Schwartz at the New York Times about unsubstantiated rumors that spread online after the tsunami (example: Halliburton must have been behind it all).
www.boingboing.net /2005/01/04/nyt_blogs_factcheck_.html   (481 words)

 www.AndrewSullivan.com - Daily Dish   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
In the most recent Gallup poll, the party ID was 37 percent GOP and 37 percent Democratic.
This is more evidence, in my judgment, why you shouldn't trust the NYT polls.
The Washington Post poll today shows some similar down-draft on domestic policies, but is far more favorable to Bush than the NYT's analysis.
andrewsullivan.com /index.php?dish_inc=archives/2004_01_18_dish_archive.html   (6327 words)

 The Jason Calacanis Weblog
Bottom line: The NYT buying About.com is like a contractor/designer buying a fixer upper house: they have skill the turn it into something great in a short period of time and either flip it again or own a really great house.
This gives NYT grass roots exposure  and helps them dive into the more wild side of the Internet—not that wild, but little more wild.
Primedia wasn’t able to integrate the About.com brand into their publications, so this sounds like a great move on their party to get out of a failed, three-year integration.
calacanis.weblogsinc.com /entry/1234000617032345   (1192 words)

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