The American daily has 7.5 million subscribers, 89% of which is digital only.
Donald Trump’s departure from the White House may coincide with the end of a cycle of exceptional growth for the New York Times, whose parent company detailed Thursday the record performances achieved last year.
At the end of 2020, the American daily had 7.5 million subscribers, including 2.3 million more during the past year. An “exception” in the course of the title, recognizes the CEO of the group, Meredith Kopit Levien. “In 2020, we have achieved two key milestones that will be sustainable: digital revenues have for the first time surpassed print revenues, and digital subscription revenues, which have long been our fastest growing revenue stream, are also now our first revenue channel ”, she emphasizes.
Ten years of digital subscriptions
During the four years of the mandate of the former American president, his pet peeve, the New York Times will have almost tripled its subscriber portfolio, gaining an average of 1 million subscribers per year. A goal that even titles
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