The year was also marked by a number of major announcements, including: • The release of The New York Times Digital Edition, a digital version of the paper that is available on iOS and Android devices, as well as a desktop version of The Times Digital Experience.
• The launch of a new, redesigned Times Digital Library app, which will offer new titles and articles for free, as part of a deal with Apple.
• A new digital subscription to The New Yorker, an online magazine that is published by The New Press, a subsidiary of Penguin Random House.
• and a new edition of The Atlantic, which has been redesigned from the ground up.
• New digital offerings from Condé Nast Traveler, Condé Scover, and the Wall Street Journal.
• the launch of the New Yorker digital edition, a new digital edition of the publication that will be available on Android and iOS devices.
The New Orleans Times Digital edition, also available for free on iOS devices, will be released in March, and is the latest addition to the Times’ offerings.
•The launch of new, revised versions of the newspaper’s business section, which includes articles, a calendar, and a dedicated section dedicated to weather and technology.
• a redesign of the Times Digital Archive, which features more than 400,000 articles, photos, and other documents.
• an update of The Wall Street Post, which now has more than 6 million articles, and more than 2 million photos.
• updates of all the major digital publications including The New England Journal of Medicine, The New Republic, and The NewYorker.
New York, New York: The New Times, a division of Penguin Group Plc, which acquired The New Journal in 2015.
“New York Times digital editions are the latest in our ongoing efforts to bring the news to everyone and every device, with the intention of providing consumers and business with the most accurate and comprehensive news ever to be published on a mobile platform,” New York-based editor-in-chief Mark Z. Jacobson said in a statement.
“We’re proud to continue to build an unparalleled digital media offering for the American people and to continue our longstanding relationship with our readers.”
The Times will also be making changes to its print editions and on the Web.
In an effort to better match readership with advertisers, The Times is changing its print edition to focus more on digital content.
“The New York Daily News has always been an essential part of the lives of millions of New Yorkers,” Jacobson added.
The Times’ digital editions will feature stories from the newsrooms across the country and in the digital space, including The Associated Press, The Wall St Journal, and USA Today.