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  • NYT Up To Nearly 800K Paid Digital Subscribers, Plans New Food And Opinion Apps

    NYT Up To Nearly 800K Paid Digital Subscribers, Plans New Food And Opinion Apps

    The New York Times is crowing about a quarterly rise in revenue today, and that comes thanks to¬†increases in both print and digital ad revenue. Digital subscriptions saw some of its¬†strongest growth in recent memory, with the NYT now counting 799,000 users as paid digital-only subscribers, an increase of 39,000 from last quarter. NYT CEO Mark Thompson cited the launch of some new digital… Read More

  • Sprint Buying U.S. Cellular Spectrum And Customers For $480 Million To Expand Midwest Reach

    Sprint Buying U.S. Cellular Spectrum And Customers For $480 Million To Expand Midwest Reach

    Sprint today announced that it has made an arrangement with U.S. Cellular to acquire PCS spectrum and also wireless network customers for $480 million in cash, and Sprint’s taking over of “certain liabilities” on behalf of U.S. Cellular. The arrangement will help Sprint bolster its own network as it rolls out LTE nationally, the company said in a press release, helping to beef… Read More

  • XM Offering Credit For Downtime

    You may have heard that XM was down for almost a whole day and then it came back online. When a service you shell out money for on a monthly basis goes down, you’d obviously expect a credit of some sort to occur so that subscribers don’t go canceling their subscriptions. Luckily, XM is smart enough to know this and is offering two-days of credit to subscribers. If you want to get… Read More