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The New York Times Has 100,000 Digital Subscribers

It’s only been a few weeks since the launch of its new paywall, and The New York Times already has 100,000 people signed up to pay between $15 and $35 to read the newspaper.

But even this great news is still weighed down by the fact that operating profits are down from this time last year. In fact, everything but digital ad revenues declined anywhere between 3.4% and 7.5% from last year.

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