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Tuesday, March 13, 2007

Students and Faculty Given Free Access to TimesSelect

Thought I'd pass this along:

'NYT' Opening TimesSelect to Students and Teachers for Free, by Jennifer Saba, Editor and Publisher: The New York Times is opening up access permanently to TimesSelect to all students and faculty who have .edu e-mail addresses beginning on March 13.

“It's part of our journalistic mission to get people talking on campuses,” says Vivian Schiller, senior vice president and general manager at NYTimes.com. “We wanted to open that up so that college students and professors can have a dialogue.” ...

Those students who are current subscribers will receive pro-rated funds for their paid subscriptions. Schiller explains that students and faculty will have to register for the service but that it’s self-regulatory. ... [via Freakonomics]

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