By: Joe Pompeo | Capital New York
The New York Times is considering the introduction of a truncated version of its daily print edition at a discounted rate as the paper mulls new strategies for maximizing the number of people who pay to read its content.
The potential offering “would be significantly shorter than the current edition and offer a selection of the day’s best content for roughly half the price,” according to a recent reader survey that was shared with Capital. As with a standard print subscription, it would also come with unlimited digital access, the survey said. Daily delivery of the full print edition costs $23.60 to $67.60 every four weeks depending on location and frequency.