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  • James Bennet Resigns as New York Times Editorial Page Editor (2020-06-07): James Bennet has resigned as the Editorial page editor of The New York Times after published a controversial op-ed by Senator Tom Cotton.

  • New York Times Dumps Comics and Mass Market Paperback Bestseller Lists (2017-01-31): Publishers and authors were shocked to learn that the New York Times is dropping a number of its bestseller lists, including comics and mass market paperbacks.

  • New York Times Closing Down City Room Blog (2015-10-26): The New York Times is closing down its blog called City Room.

  • New York Times to Lay Off Staff, Reduce Number of Freelancers (2014-10-01): The New York Times will eliminate 100 newsroom jobs. It will also cut editorial and business positions and reduce spending on freelancers.

  • New York Times Launches NYT Opinion (2014-06-04): The New York Times has launched NYT Opinion, which is a subscription service to the Times' opinion coverage.

  • Jill Abramson Out as New York Times Editor (2014-05-14): Jill Abramson has been ousted as editor of The New York Times. She has held the position since September 2011.

  • Jake Silverstein Named Editor of New York Times Magazine (2014-03-31): Jake Silverstein has been named editor of The New York Times Magazine. Silverstein was previously editor-in-chief of Texas Monthly.

  • New York Times Already Has Google Glass App (2013-04-26): The New York Times is not waiting around. They have already launched an app for Google Glass so people can get breaking news alerts.



  • NY Times and WSJ Suspend Paywall for Duration of Hurricane Sandy (2012-10-28): Poynter is reporting that The New York Times has confirmed that it is lifting its paywall this afternoon due to Hurricane Sandy.

  • Mark Thompson to Become Next President and CEO of The New York Times Company (2012-08-16): The New York Times Company has announced that BBC director-general Mark Thompson will become its next president and CEO.

  • The Boston Globe Launches Subscription-Only Website at BostonGlobe.com (2011-09-12): The Boston Globe announced that launch of a subscription-only website at BostonGlobe.

  • The Onion Testing Metered Paywall on Non-U.S. Visitors (2011-08-05): Paid Content is reporting that The Onion is testing a metered paywall on its website for non-U.

  • San Francisco Chronicle May Be Next Paper to Charge for Online Content (2011-04-05): The Bay Citizen is reporting that Heart Corporation is considering implemtning a paywall for sfgate.

  • New York Times Implements Paywall (2011-04-04): The New York Times paywall is now in place.

  • The New York Times 100 Notable Books of 2010 Released (2010-12-03): The New York Times has listed its 100 Notable Books of 2010.

  • NYTimes.com to Introduce Metered Plan (2010-01-22): The New York Times has announced plans to start charging for content on its website at nytimes.

  • U.S. Media Running Afoul of British Libel Laws (2009-11-12): Libel laws are much stricter in Great Britain than they are in the U.

  • New York Times Sells Front Page Ads (2009-01-05): The recession is driving publishers to make significant changes.

  • New York Times Takes on Gadget Blogs With Gadgetwise (2008-12-07): The New York Times recently launched a new blog called Gadgetwise putting them in direct competition with gadget blogs like Engadget, Gizmodo, CrunchGear, OhGizmo, and many others.

  • New York Times Launches Beijing Olympics Blog (2008-05-17): The New York Times has launched a blog for the 2008 Olympics in Beijing called Rings.