The New York Times has announced it is ending a partnership with Apple’s news aggregator app, with the company citing a greater need for a more direct relationship with readers. The paper reported Monday in its own coverage of the Grey Lady’s unceremonious breakup with Apple News that readers will
Articles from The New York Times will no longer appear in the Apple News app. Today, the NYT announced that it is ending its partnership with Apple News. The issue seems to be that while other services, like Google News, send readers to publishers’ w
Twitter took down a picture after The New York Times, which owned the rights to the picture, filed a complaint.
Twitter censored President Donald Trump's account yet again yesterday, taking down a meme posted by the president that featured a rallying cry to his supporters, after the New York Times, which reportedly owns the rights to the original image, filed a copyright complaint.
If President Trump is for some reason having a good day, here's a quote to fix that problem published Wednesday in the New York Times: "It was like, this dude is just in it for himself. I thought he was supposed to be for the people.”
The New York Times is pulling itself out from Apple News, ceasing its relationship with Apple regarding the app, citing a need to fight for "readers' attention and dollars" against not only other news organization, but also tech companies like Apple.
The New York Times today announced that it is pulling out of Apple News, as the service does not "align with its strategy of building direct relationships with paying readers."