The New York Times announced today that much of the content from its popular recipes site and accompanying app will now only be available through “digital subscriptions.”
According to a statement from the newspaper, “For $5 every four weeks, Cooking subscribers will have unlimited access to more than 18,000 tested and curated recipes from Times journalists.”
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The move may have arisen from the fact that the media company wants to capitalize on Cooking’s one million newsletter subscribers and 10 million unique viewers monthly.