Edmund Lee for Bloomberg:

Despite the metrics, the larger significance of the Times’ newfound subscription wealth is that readers, not advertisers, are now more directly responsible for the Times’ business — minus a few stubborn bloggers.

Which is a good thing. Newsflash: quality content priced fairly with easy enough ways to pay leads to people paying.

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    This is great! And the reason I am a happy subscriber of The Magazine!
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    This will no doubt be a case study...years to come. parislemon:
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    Edmund Lee for
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    But how is the NYTimes pricing fair? It’s just the only price. I think they proved they made a great guess at not...
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    Important.
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    Need more data but excited by this outcome
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    Like I was saying the other night. If any news organization is going to come out the other end of this century alive its...
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    I am incredibly happy, every day, that the NYT is making this work. I pay for it, and love it. (Well, my mom pays for...
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