In a speech to Columbia business school graduates, the CEO of the New York Times described the company’s role in media disruption.
The New York Times is planning new lower-priced digital subscriptions for certain types of digital content. Executives provided some — but not many details on the company’s earnings call.
The New York Times is considering some kind of “entry-level” product aimed at a younger audience. What would this product look like and what should it cost? As a (late) twenty-something, I felt qualified to speculate.
Each quarter, the New York Times Company tells a familiar story about digital revenue on the horizon that will one day offset its print declines. Here are three questions that can reveal whether the company’s digital promises will come true.
The public editor for the New York Times has provided some fairly dramatic evidence of her independence by questioning whether the newspaper should still be naming former BBC director general Mark Thompson as its new CEO, given his involvement in a scandal at the broadcaster.
The New York Times has chosen former BBC director Mark Thompson to be its new CEO. But is a man who has spent his entire career with a government-funded broadcaster the right person to reinvent the legendary newspaper at a time of almost unprecedented upheaval?
The New York Times has been looking for a new CEO since Janet Robinson was forced out seven months ago, and BBC director-general Mark Thompson is said to be in the running for the job. But is he the solution to the newspaper’s problems?
The full memo from BBC director-general Mark Thompson announcing Erik Huggers’ departure:
After nearly four years with BBC Futur…