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Yes, You Can Still Sneak Around The New York Times Paywall

February 12, 2013   ·   7 Comments

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By Adam Clark Estes: Freeloaders across the web shuddered at reports that The New York Times had plugged its once easily penetrable pay wall on Monday night. No ...

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The New York Times Now Gets More Revenue From Subscribers Than Advertisers

By Agence France Presse: The New York Times Company said Thursday that its revenue from readers and subscribers overtook that of advertising for the first time in ...

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Obama, Round Two

By Norman Pollack: I have written comments to the New York Times for several years, prompted to bear down in a sustained way in the lead-up to Obama’s ...

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A Day in the Life of … Barack Obama

By Norman Pollack: Obama’s Second Term commences shortly. I expect nothing, except more of the same...

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The New York Times’s Little Censorship Problem

By Lisa Simeone: The New York Times has a travel blog called “In Transit.” On Thursday, January 3, 2013 the blog published a post called "Keep Your ...

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The New York Times Is Now Supported by Readers, Not Advertisers

By Joe Coscarelli: Advertising revenue continues to sink at the New York Times Company, which reported a second-quarter net loss of $88.1 million today. But a ...

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Making Sense Out of the New York Times

By Kevin Drum: Felix Salmon is puzzled. So am I. Here is Ken Doctor reporting on the success of the New York Times paywall, which was put in ...

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Why I Read The New York Times

By As'ad AbuKhalil: After I watched a documentary (Page One) about the news room of The New York Times, I kept thinking about my habit of ...

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The New York Times Has a Weiner Moment

By Fox News: Did The New York Times just cancel home delivery of its newspaper to everyone, across the nation? An email apparently sent out to ...

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“For the Times, It Is a-Changin’” – A Mistrusted Commenter

By Marie Burns: If you regularly read public online commentary on New York Times articles, columns and blogposts, you already know that the Times has changed ...

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