The New York Times, for the longest time one of the more established newspapers around, has kept up with the times and will be introducing a new business model for digital journalism which intends to establish a different method of consuming content online, long after the print segment experiences a dignified death. Those who are in Fort Greene and Clinton Hill, as well as the East Village, are part of the digital subscription plan, where the same rules will apply to them in addition to all the other content, ranging from articles to blogs, videos and interactives amongst others, on NYTimes.com. The Times will be publishing this site in tandem with the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism, where the journalism of students and residents of these communities are fully integrated with that of the professional journalists of The New York Times.
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