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The programme offers hotels a chance to purchase their own branded web portal that provides guests free entry into both NYTimes.com and FT.com.
The Today's Paper app is available exclusively to NYTimes.com digital subscribers and to Times home delivery subscribers who link their account for digital access.
The company has been the target of Chinese hackers in the past and the latest attack led to disrupted sites including NYTimes.com and corporate site NYTco.com, the report added.
TimesInstant facilitates instant search across NYTimes.com, while the Smart Search Bar delivers semantically aware search results from the NYTimes.com homepage.
This means that Kindle subscribers can now access complete online coverage of breaking news, articles, videos, audio clips, multimedia and blogs on NYTimes.com.
"While the challenges for our company and for the larger economy are not yet behind us, the recent launch of Times digital subscription packages on NYTimes.com and across other digital platforms brings our plan for a new revenue stream to life," she said.
Full access to NYTimes.com and both smartphone and tablet applications will be $35 for four weeks.
"Experience all that NYTimes.com has to offer you for the rest of 2011 at no charge, courtesy of Lincoln," Ad Age quoted the car company's ad as saying.
According to the NYTimes, the administration of French President Sarkozy and of the Ministry of Interior refused to comment on the document, but have not disputed its authenticity.
The average time spent at NYTimes.com, for example, fell nearly by half in the month of June year-over-year, according to Nielsen Online.
Media company The New York Times Company (NYSE:NYT) announced on Thursday (26 January) that NYTimes.com has launched a new Energy & Environment section at http://www.nytimes.com/energy.