New York City’s top-selling newspaper is a weekly digest of the most interesting stories of the week, featuring the best-selling, best-read and most-talked about topics, plus a curated roundup of the city’s best events and businesses.
But the daily print edition, which is the citys flagship publication, is also a hub of innovation and discussion, offering readers a daily dose of opinion and the latest in business, technology and finance news.
The paper’s new format and growing reach will be celebrated this week as the first issue of the new digital edition is launched.
Its new content will be featured on the paper’s home page, on a new app for smartphones and tablets and online at the newspaper’s website, www.nytimes.com/week.
The paper will launch a digital subscription service later this year, as well as digital editions for Apple TV, Android and Roku devices.
The new digital platform will be available to subscribers at no cost, the paper said.
The first issue will also include digital content, including an interview with former President Barack Obama, a special section on the Trump administration, and a new feature on the Times’ new “People of the Year” list.
The digital edition of the paper will be published in three editions: a digital edition for the iPad, an iPad app and a mobile version for Android and Windows devices.
The app will be free to download, but subscriptions will cost $9.99 a month.
The digital edition will also feature daily content on topics such as the new President Trump’s travel ban, the New York Giants football team and the Supreme Court.
For more on the digital edition, check out a preview of the latest headlines on the newsstand and the NewYorkTimes.com app.
The print edition of The Times is available to buy online for $8.99.