The New York Times is going to have to find a way to keep its website running, at least until the end of this month.
The paper announced Tuesday that it would cease publishing its digital editions by the end.
The newspaper said that it will use a network of volunteers to run the site, but it’s not clear how long that will last.
The New England Journal of Medicine, which has a print and online version, said it will also stop publishing its print editions of the paper and online news, and that it has asked its staff to stay home.
“We are a newspaper that is built on stories, and we want to be able to do that,” New England’s president, Dr. Paul E. Pfeifer, told Axios.
The announcement comes as the world has become more reliant on information on the internet.
According to a 2017 report by Oxford University, Americans spend more time reading news online than they do reading printed newspapers.
According, the news industry has reported that more than 90% of Americans rely on digital media for their news.
According the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics, online content in 2017 generated an average of $1.29 billion in revenue for newspapers, according to the Bureau of National Affairs.
A 2017 study from Pew Research Center found that more people are using social media platforms than ever before.
A lot of them use Facebook and Twitter.
A study from the Pew Research center showed that 58% of all Americans now use social media, compared to 29% in 2011.
And as social media has grown, the number of news sites that are owned and operated by individual news organizations has increased.
The Washington Post, which is owned by Univision, is owned and run by The New Yorker, which also has a digital edition.
“In the past, the newspaper has been a way for the newspaper to get in touch with readers and connect with advertisers, but in the last 10 years, we have seen more consolidation,” said Matthew Kremen, senior editor of the Washington Post.
“And that’s a problem.”
The New Times’ website was built by an international team of more than 80 people.
It has a focus on print journalism, and it’s one of the largest news publishers in the world.
The network was started by an advertising firm in 2007, when the paper was still known as The Washington Times.
It was acquired by The Washington Examiner in 2014, after the company had just filed for bankruptcy.