Articles tagged “new york times”

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The New York Times Pulls Plug on Travel Show After 17 Years

No matter what you thought of the show, it's another large loss for the travel industry after a horrific year.

The New York Times Pulls Plug on Travel Show After 17 Years

Media and PR

The New York Times Drops Travel Section — For Now

It makes practical sense that The New York Times would temporarily stop printing the travel section. But it's hard not to see the symbolism of the move.

The New York Times Drops Travel Section — For Now

Media and PR

The New York Times Misfires With 52 Places to Go List

Nobody wins from The New York Times making a spectacle out of people's dreams and then recommending a trite list of places to visit. The prominence of destination lists also speaks to the bigger problems in travel media.

The New York Times Misfires With 52 Places to Go List

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The New York Times Adds Day Tours to Grab Piece of Booming Tours and Activities Sector

The newspaper business continues to go through an evolution in the digital era, all while the travel industry is thriving and demand grows for tours and activities. City Tours probably won't be the biggest revenue generator for the Times anytime soon, but it could do a lot to make the publisher cooler and more relevant.

The New York Times Adds Day Tours to Grab Piece of Booming Tours and Activities Sector

Media and PR

New York Times Is Hiring a Reporter to Visit Its 52 Places to Go

Many avid travelers and destination marketers look forward to these where-to-go lists and the Times wants to make its list more engaging and relevant to its readers. Sending a reporter to 52 places in 52 weeks sounds like a stretch, but there's no doubt many travelers will enjoy following the person who will have one of the world's best jobs.

New York Times Is Hiring a Reporter to Visit Its 52 Places to Go

Media and PR

How Where-to-Go Lists Get Made: 5 Podcast Takeaways

Every winter we get the best travel porn of the year: the ubiquitous Where-to-Go-This-Year lists, filled with panoramic photography and sexy descriptions of the destinations that made the cut. Then after the excitement of the big reveal wears off, the supertravelers start arguing about how such-and-such place could possibly be ranked number one, or left off the list completely. Here's a look into the thankless editorial process of creating those lists.

How Where-to-Go Lists Get Made: 5 Podcast Takeaways

Media and PR

Skift Podcast: How Where-to-Go Lists Get Made

If you have pored over "places to visit" lists and wondered — like we have — how decisions get made, this podcast will provide a glimpse into the room where it happens.

Skift Podcast: How Where-to-Go Lists Get Made

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Skift Podcast: Understanding the Needs of Modern Budget Travelers

Price-sensitive travelers would be well served by doing extra research to make sure they understand the true cost of bargain-basement prices.

Skift Podcast: Understanding the Needs of Modern Budget Travelers

Tourism

9 Years of the New York Times’ ‘Places to Go’ List

For nearly a decade, the New York Times publishes one of the world’s most popular annual travel destination lists, inspiring travelers to choose their next destination. The following is a trend review and analysis of the destinations featured by the publication.

9 Years of the New York Times’ ‘Places to Go’ List

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Virgin America Adds Spotify and New York Times as Latest Perks in In-Flight Wi-Fi Race

JetBlue and Virgin America are certainly blazing trails on brand partnerships to support connectivity. The question is: will other airlines follow in this new frontier or just circle their wagons.

Virgin America Adds Spotify and New York Times as Latest Perks in In-Flight Wi-Fi Race