The New York Times is set to dip into the native advertisement game, so the paper’s publisher, Arthur Sulzberger, has explained how, exactly, it would do that. The issue with sponsored content is that it often seems to blur the lines between editorial content and advertising. Show More Summary
Arthur O. Sulzberger Jr. said in the letter that the content would be labeled as a paid post and appear in a different typeface.
Say hello to the International New York Times. The newish paper is edited in Paris, London, Hong Kong and New York. In a letter to readers, Arthur Sulzberger Jr wrote that the INYT will enable the Times to streamline production and therefore...Show More Summary
The first edition of The International New York Times appeared Tuesday. It replaces the International Herald Tribune. In a letter to readers on the front page, Times Publisher Arthur O. Sulzberger Jr. says his father “had the vision to … Read more
Why Ev Williams is different from Larry Page, Mark Zuckerberg, Arthur Sulzberger Jr. and just about every other tech and media mogul.
Summary: Eavesdrop for a bit with speakers at a Harvard panel discussion on the future of journalism, including Arthur Sulzberger Jr., of The New York Times: They're confident there's a bright future for digital journalism, but there's also a lot of churning in the present. That's the way it's apt to be in a transition time is the message from David Weinberger on the Joho blog.
New York Times CEO: “We are currently leaving money on the table because we don’t yet have enough video-advertising opportunities to sell.” (niemanlab.org) Watch online on Monday: Arthur Sulzberger Jr., Tim Armstrong, Caroline Little and others discuss digital disruption of the news business. (harvard.edu) Erik Wemple: NPR correction convicts Tina Brown of … Read More
The New York Times | The Wall Street Journal New York Times Company Chairman Arthur Sulzberger Jr. sold 50,000 shares of the company’s Class A stock Aug. 8. The sale was part of “Arthur’s normal estate planning,” … Read more
(Reuters) - New York Times Co Chairman Arthur Sulzberger Jr. has sold some of his shares in the company.
A Securities and Exchange Commission filing stated that Arthur O. Sulzberger Jr. had sold some of his publicly traded stock, but that he retained significant holdings.
In the wake of the Washington Post’s sale to Amazon founder Jeff Bezos on Monday, some have wondered whether the New York Times could be next. Arthur Sulzberger Jr., patriarch of the family dynasty that owns the Times, has said … Continue reading ?
The New York Times | Politico | New York “The Times is not for sale,” New York Times Publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr. wrote in a memo to staff Wednesday evening. “Wednesday’s statement was released shortly after Mr. Sulzberger … Read more
Everyone else has had their say about The New York Times being sold, so we might as well get something from the Times’ publisher, Arthur Sulzberger. In a statement reported by the Times, Sulzberger was emphatic, declaring that the Grey Lady is not for sale: Will our family seek to sell The Times? The answer to that is no. Show More Summary
The Washington Post and Boston Globe may be changing hands, but don't expect the same fate for the New York Times, says publisher and chair Arthur Sulzberger Jr. "Will our family seek to sell the Times ? The answer to that is no. The Times is not for sale," he...
Arthur Sulzberger Jr. and vice chairman Michael Gordon write they were stunned that the Grahams sold the Washington Post. On behalf of the Ochs-Sulzberger family, they wish Jeff Bezos luck but say it won't happen in New York.
"The answer to that is no," wrote Arthur Sulzberger Jr. in a statement, which arrived on the heels of The Boston Globe, Newsweek and The Washington Post changing ownership. read more
Following the purchases of the Boston Globe by Red Sox owner John Henry and the Washington Post by Amazon.com CEO Jeff Bezos, media watchers have been wondering: Is The New York Times next?
New York Times publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr. is dating again. Capital New York's Joe Pompeo reports that Sulzberger's newest girlfriend is a private equity director named Gabrielle Greene. Read more...
Bloomberg The New York Times Co. “is considering letting advertisers sponsor more stories on its website,” Edmund Lee reports. Lee writes that Times Co. CEO Mark Thompson and Chairman Arthur Sulzberger have had several meetings about the idea, … Read more
The late Arthur Ochs Sulzberger, Sr.'s 11-room Manhattan apartment has just sold for $12.5M, the Observer reports. The estate of the former Times publisher put the co-op on the market for $14M in December, a few months after "Punch," as...