NEW YORK TIMES COMPANY
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The New York Times Company operates as a media company, which includes newspapers and related Internet businesses, television and radio stations, and forest products and other investments. It has two segments: News Media and Broadcast Media. The News Media segment comprises The New York Times; NYTimes.com; the International Herald Tribune, a newspaper distributor in the New York city metropolitan area; and the New England Media Group, consisting of The Boston Globe, Boston.com, and the Worcester Telegram &amp; Gazette, as well as the Regional Media Group, consisting of 15 newspapers in Alabama, California, Florida, Louisiana, North Carolina, and South Carolina; and related print and digital businesses. The company operates approximately 40 Web sites. The Broadcast Media segment operates various television stations in Virginia, Tennessee, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Iowa, Ala, Illinois, and Arkansas, as well as two radio stations serving the New York City metropolitan area. In addition, New York Times has ownership interests in one newsprint mill and one mill producing supercalendered paper. The company was incorporated in 1896 and is headquartered in New York City.