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Topic: The New York Times

Hearst Magazines Finds Chief Digital Exec at The New York Times

Todd Haskell named chief digital revenue officer

In its second major digital hire of late, Hearst Magazines has hired Todd Haskell from The New York Times as svp and chief digital revenue officer. Haskell will be responsible for…

The New York Times Names New Ad Chief

Hires Meredith Levien from Forbes

Back in March, The New York Times Co. announced a new structure, recognizing a need to speed up its operations and boost its digital operations amid a slump for print…

New York Times Moves Forward on Low-Priced Product

Jill Abramson puts emphasis on digital

The New York Times is starting to make good on its promise to develop a low-priced news product. Six months after having completed staff cuts, Times executive editor Jill Abramson…

New York Times Launches First Full Mobile Site Redesign Since 2006

Touch-screens everywhere rejoice

Until recently, the New York Times mobile site was exactly the same as it was when it launched in 2006, back when touch-screens were a rarity, the Motorola Razr was…

New York Times Goes Native With Citi Bike

CitiBank-sponsored content will run in The Scoop app

The New York Times has added an update to its things-to-do app The Scoop that promotes the new Citibank-sponsored bike-sharing system. The new feature is a map, carrying a "sponsored"…

Jill Abramson Isn't a Fan of Native Advertising

Worries about 'leaving confusion in readers' minds'

New York Times executive editor Jill Abramson isn't a fan of native advertising. At yesterday’s Wired Business Conference, which attracted some of the biggest names in tech and media, Abramson…

New York Times Surpasses USA Today as No. 2 Daily

Thanks to digital circ growth

U.S. newspapers continue to shed circulation, even as they grow their digital audiences. According to the new Snapshot report from the Alliance for Audited Media (AAM) covering the six months…

The New York Times Planning Lower-Priced Digital Subs

First-quarter revenues, income, ad dollars down

In this morning’s first quarter earnings call, which had revenues down 2 percent, The New York Times Co. announced plans for a number of new initiatives at the flagship paper,…

The New York Times Defends Putting Ad With Bloodied Man Next to Bombing Coverage

Too soon?

The New York Times took some heat from readers on Monday for allowing an online ad showing a bloodied man lying on the ground to appear next to coverage of…

The Demise of Third-Party Cookies Could Help Premium Publishers

Facebook and Google are well positioned

First Safari and now Firefox are blocking third-party companies from dropping cookies on publishers’ sites to protect users’ privacy. Those moves hurt revenues of the smaller publishers that depend on…

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