NYT Digital Revenue Tops Print For First Time

The New York Times’ digital revenue surpassed its print revenue for the second quarter of 2020 for the first time in history. The Times added 669,000 net new digital subscribers during the quarter, according to Wednesday morning’s earnings release from the company. Overall in the quarter, the Times brought in $185.5 million in digital subscription and ad revenue and $175.4 million in print revenue.

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