List of assets owned by The New York Times Company
This is a list of assets owned by
The New York Times Company.
Business Units Media Properties
T Brand Studio
The New York Times Idea Lab Times Wine Club
Times Film Club
The New York Times Thought Leadership Conferences
The New York Times Travel Show
Live Read The School of The New York Times
The New York Times Store
TheTimesCenter Other Assets Joint Ventures Investments
Investment portfolio as of January 2017:
 Former assets Regional Media Group
Thirteen dailies and one weekly newspaper primarily in the
Southern United States, including titles in Alabama, California, Florida, Louisiana, North Carolina and South Carolina.
of The Gadsden Times Gadsden, Alabama
of The Tuscaloosa News Tuscaloosa, Alabama
Petaluma Argus-Courier of Petaluma, California (weekly)
of The Press Democrat Santa Rosa, California
of The Gainesville Sun Gainesville, Florida
of The Ledger Lakeland, Florida
of Sarasota Herald-Tribune Sarasota, Florida
of Star-Banner Ocala, Florida
of The Courier Houma, Louisiana
of The Daily Comet Thibodaux, Louisiana
of The Dispatch Lexington, North Carolina
of Times-News Hendersonville, North Carolina
of The Star-News Wilmington, North Carolina of Spartanburg Herald-Journal Spartanburg, South Carolina Broadcast Media Group
WQEW (1560 AM) licensed to New York, New York, sold to The Walt Disney Company and is now WFME, a Family Radio owned-and-operated station.
WQXR (96.3 FM) licensed to New York, New York, sold to WNYC Foundation, moved to 105.9 FM and City of License changed to Newark, New Jersey.
KFOR-TV Channel 4 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, sold to Local TV, LLC.
KFSM-TV Channel 5 in Fort Smith, Arkansas, sold to Oak Hill Capital Partners
WHO-TV Channel 13 in Des Moines, Iowa, sold to Local TV, LLC.
WHNT-TV Channel 19 in Huntsville, Alabama, sold to Local TV, LLC.
WNEP-TV Channel 16 in Scranton- Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, sold to Local TV, LLC.
WQAD-TV Channel 8 in Moline- Rock Island, Illinois, sold to Local TV, LLC.
WREG-TV Channel 3 in Memphis, Tennessee, sold to Local TV, LLC. WTKR-TV Channel 3 in Norfolk, Virginia, sold to Local TV, LLC. New England Media Group
This comprised two of the three largest-circulation newspapers in
Massachusetts, purchased in 1993 (Boston) and 1999 (Worcester). This group also included boston.com.
The Globe and the other New England assets were sold to
John Henry in August 2013, with the sale taking effect at the end of October. In 2014, Henry sold the Telegram & Gazette to another media group.
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"The New York Times acquires design studio Fake Love - Design Week". Design Week. 2016-08-19 . Retrieved . 2017-02-21
"All the views that are fit to print". The Guardian. 2007-11-05. ISSN 0261-3077 . Retrieved . 2017-02-21
"New York Times acquires Abuzz". CNET . Retrieved . 2017-02-21
"Early Stage Investments | The New York Times Company". www.nytco.com . Retrieved . 2017-01-07
Christine, Haughney (24 September 2012). "Times Company Completes Sale of About.com". The New York Times . Retrieved . 25 June 2013
Team, The Deadline (2011-10-08). "NY Times Sells TV/Movie Database Baseline". Deadline . Retrieved . 2017-02-21 External links Lists of corporate assets
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