Started in 1851, the New York Times has delivered top news articles on a daily basis and winning more Pulitzer Prizes than any other publication in the world. Currently, it is ranked as the US’s third largest newspaper, right after USA Today and The Wall Street Journal. It circulates almost 2 million printed copies in a day, along with over one million digital copies.
More about the NY Times Newspaper
The paper was first known as ‘New-York Daily Times’. It wasn’t until 1857 that it changed its name to ‘The New-York Times’. There are 1,100 people working as department staff for the paper. The company who owns the paper is called ‘The New York Times Company’, founded by Henry Jarvis Raymond and George Jones, and having Arthur Ochs Sulzberger, Jr. acting as current chairman and Mark Thomspon as CEO and President of the company. Aside from the NY Times newspaper, they also print the ‘International New York Times’ edition, formerly known as the ‘International Herald Tribune’.
Among the categories of featured news articles, the most common are: news, editorials, business, sports, arts, science, styles and home. Several sections are supplemented on Sundays, like ‘The New York times Book Review’ and ‘The New York Times Magazine’.