The New York Times is a renowned newspaper, published by The New York Times Company- a leading media company with $3.3 billion as revenues in 2004. The company also publishes The International Herald Tribune, The Boston Globe and 15 other equally well-known daily newspapers. It also owns eight network- affiliated television stations and two New York radio stations;and has 35 websites, including NYTimes.com, Boston.com and About.com.
In 2005, The New York Times Company was ranked No. 1 in the ever growing publishing industry in Fortune Magazine's list of America's Most Admired Companies, for the fifth consecutive year.
The New York Times Company`s properties has won many journalism awards , including a total of 113 Pulitzer Prizes, which far exceeds that of any other news outfit.
The Company is dedicated to the enhancement of society through creation, collection and distribution of high-quality news, authentic information and tantalizing entertainment.
The New York Times Company is listed on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol NYT.
The New York Times Company has always been dedicated to rendering assistance and support to the communities in which they live,work and do their business.
The New York Times Company Foundation and The Boston Globe Foundation support cultural, educational, community service, journalistic and environmental organizations in New York, Boston and other places where the Company operates.
The New York Times Community Affairs Department focuses on those programs which address areas that a news outfit can affect in a unique way; such as literacy, and issues that are of paramount concern to one or more communities, such as immigrant services in New York. The Company is also dedicated to a number of educational efforts, including the use of its newspapers as an educational tool. Both The Times and The Globe are visibly supporting the Newspaper in Education (N.I.E.) program, which promotes the use of newspapers in classrooms, so as to complement text books and encourage the reading culture in young people.
The New York Times reports on issues such as: International issues, National issues, Washington issues, New York/Region issues, Business, Technology, Science, Health, Sports, Education, Weather and Obsequies. It has features such as: Arts, Books, Movies, Theater,travel, NYC Guide, Dining & Wine, Home & Garden, Fashion & Style, Crossword/Games, Cartoons, Magazine, Week in Review, Multimedia/Photos, and Learning Network.
The New York Times web site offers to the public services such as: Archives, Classifieds, College, Personals, White Papers, Theater Tickets, NYT Store, NYT Mobile, NYT Digital, Jobs, Online Media Kit. And most importantly: Home Delivery, Customer Care, Electronic Edition, Community Affairs, Job Market, Real Estate, Automobiles and Readers' Opinions.
The New York Times reports Today's Highlights in History:
On November 1, 1952, the United States of America exploded the first hydrogen bomb, in a test conducted at Eniwetok in the Marshall Islands...
On November 1, 1871, Stephen Crane, the American writer who was best known for his wave-making novel "The Red Badge Of Courage", was born. After his death on June 5, 1900, his obituary appeared in the New York Times.
On November 1, 1862, Herper's Weekly featured a cartoon about Britain's neutrality during the American Civil War. Etc. Etc.
The New York Times offers its subscribers the opportunity to maintain a Member Center on their web site. This includes the subscriber's profile, e-mail preferences and purchase history.
There is also a new service from The New York Times known as Times Select; which gives subscribers exclusive online access to Op-Ed columnists, The Archive, Web tools, and others such as:News Columnists, Talking Points, Multimedia, Search & Save, and Stay Ahead.
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