The New York City Times recently made headlines when it announced it would be turning to a digital-only publication.
The paper’s new strategy will likely prove a major challenge to other big media companies looking to scale up.
The Times is the first major newspaper to do so, with a new digital-first business model that is likely to create even more challenges.
The New Yorker, the San Francisco Chronicle, the Washington Post, the Los Angeles Times, and others have all also experimented with using a digital publication as a competitor to print.
It remains to be seen how the Times’ digital strategy will impact its ability to compete with those print rivals, and it will also be important to see how that digital strategy fares in the marketplace.
First, the Times must decide how to sell its print business to a larger audience.
While it could continue to offer high-quality print editions, the digital strategy might also help the paper’s bottom line.
The most obvious way to do this is by selling digital advertising to its online readership.
However, there are also other options, including an increase in print advertising, or even a switch to print-only publishing.
There is no clear-cut winner.
It’s too early to tell how well the new digital strategy can be marketed and monetized.
As for the Times, it must also decide how it will maintain its readership without its main competitor in print, the New Yorker.
It could lose its core readership, or it could find a way to grow it without attracting new readers.
Either way, the paper will be in a difficult position.
It will have to decide whether to take on the print industry as a whole, or whether it will focus on building an entirely new audience.
As the Times prepares to turn to a new direction, it will be important for it to take stock of how it operates.
First and foremost, the new strategy has to help the Times sell ads to its new online readers.
The digital-based strategy is a logical way to reach its new audience while still maintaining its print-based readership as a standalone newspaper.
This new strategy is an important first step toward doing this.
But there are other ways the paper could continue with the print-first strategy.
The new digital plan might make it easier for the paper to attract new digital readers, but it will not bring the newspaper a whole new audience, because many people who do not have access to a mobile device are not likely to be interested in reading print.
The plan also may not bring in new digital revenue, because new digital subscribers may not have the same loyalty to print as print subscribers do.
It may also make it harder for the newspaper to generate revenue from advertising that has already been paid to its newspaper advertisers, such as print ads.
The strategy might not make it possible for the New Republic to become a viable competitor to the Times.
The newspaper has an even more important goal: to keep the Times afloat.
Without the NewRepublic as its main source of revenue, the newspaper will be unable to survive.
The decision to use a digital strategy also means that the paper has to decide how the New Jersey-based company will sell its ads on the Times website.
It is a crucial decision because New Republic has one of the most extensive digital operations in the country, including the Times-branded digital ad network.
New Republic’s decision to shift away from print advertising may well make it difficult for the new Times to maintain its digital readership even after the digital plan.
It also could mean that many of the Times’s most loyal digital readers will switch over to the NewYorker.com website to read the newspaper.
If the paper does not manage to attract a new audience for the digital-centric strategy, the plan might not succeed at all.
It might even lead to the loss of some of the newspaper’s core readers.
It should also be noted that New Republic is a digital media company that operates on a subscription model, and its online-only strategy will require some changes in the way it sells ads.
It has a long history of investing in digital advertising, including through the New Times Media Group, which was spun off from the Times in 2013.
This plan, along with the other digital-oriented plans in the paper, will likely be a challenge to New Republic, and to the newspaper as a business.
The success of the plan may depend on how the newspaper handles the transition.
If New Republic does not change its strategy, it may find itself losing a large part of its readers, even though it may still be the most popular newspaper in the world.
The shift to a paper-based approach is a challenge for the newspapers most loyal customers, as well as for other newspapers that may not be as financially stable as the Times or other print giants.
For the Times to succeed, it has to make the right decisions about how it does this.
In the coming weeks, the print edition of the paper