Tag Archives: The New York Times Company

If you’re still thinking about charging for online news in 2009, you’re dead already (a primer)

This afternoon I will once again be working with a group of editors as we look at business models for online news. To their credit, the micropayments/paywall issue rarely comes up – and then only as a ‘devil’s advocate’ question. But it seems others have been asleep for the past 10 years. To those and the unfortunate souls having to field these questions, I offer you the following primer culled from recent coverage of this pointless debate: Continue reading

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Adding value to the archives: Suburbified.com mashes up NYT real estate articles

Want to know the value of opening up your article databases and APIs? Suburbified is one of the first mashups created using the New York Times’ recently opened API.

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Here’s what it does, according to KillerStartUps: Continue reading