New York Times Aims to Double Digital Revenue by 2020

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The New York Times has set it sights on doubling its digital revenue to $800 million by 2020, as legacy publications scramble to find growing revenue streams amid the steady decline of print dollars.


The newspaper company has set a new goal of earning $800 million in digital revenue by 2020, up from $400 million last year, according to a companywide memo from Executive Editor Dean Baquet and Chief Executive Officer Mark Thompson.

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