CNBC and “The New York Times” announced a digital content sharing agreement Jan. 7 that covers the areas of business and technology, including finance, economics, money management and personal finance.
The collaboration will broaden the reach of each organization's newsgathering to users of CNBC.com and NYTimes.com. The agreement represents the first time “The New York Times” has collaborated with CNBC.
Under the agreement, CNBC will provide content and multimedia features from CNBC.com to NYTimes.com, and “The New York Times” will provide print and online coverage from the newspaper and its Web site to CNBC.com. Each site will establish direct links to the other's site. The agreement becomes effective immediately, the companies said.
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