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Ocean County Resident? The Library Bought You A New York Times Subscription

The New York Times building, New York. (Credit: samchills/ Flickr)

The New York Times building, New York. (Credit: samchills/ Flickr)

All Ocean County residents can brush up on their national and international news coverage with a digital subscription to the New York Times funded by the county library system.

Ocean County Library patrons now have online access to current editions of the New York Times, anytime and anywhere with an internet connection, the library system announced last week. Content in English, Spanish and Chinese includes daily editions, the New York Times Book Review, podcasts, videos, interactive graphics, photos, film documentaries, and archival material dating back to 1851. The Sunday Crossword is not included.

Computer terminals at all Ocean County Library branches can enable readers to read the digital version, simply by visiting the New York Times website. Those reading at home can access the publication by using Digital Materials or Databases portals at the Library system website.

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Cardholders accessing the Times remotely through the Digital Materials or Databases portals receive 24-hour redemption codes, redeemable through the Times site, after entering their library card’s barcode number.

The new portal for current Times editions joins the Library’s indexed ProQuest databases for archived editions.

For more information on the library’s digital materials, patrons can visit

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