Lubbock Public Library offers free NYT digital access

Lubbock Public Library offers free NYT digital access

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LUBBOCK, Texas -

News release from City of Lubbock:

Lubbock Public Library now offers free access to the New York Times digital edition. This partnership includes access to, including the following features:

  • All multimedia, including video, photography, virtual reality features, and all new multimedia to come
  • World-class curation that fosters engagement and exploration
  • Spanish and Mandarin Chinese editions
  • The New York Times Book Review
  • Unlimited patron access to New York Times content both inside and outside the Lubbock Public Library on PCs, laptops, and mobile devices.

To get started, users can go to the Lubbock Public Library website ( and click on the New York Times quick link that will direct them to instructions on how to access this resource.

The decision to provide the digital edition to Lubbock residents was made so that everyone in the Lubbock area can access this authoritative and popular resource. Although the Lubbock Public Library currently subscribes to the print edition of the New York Times, only one person can read the newspaper at a time, and this can be frustrating. However, the online edition can be read by library subscribers simultaneously, allowing for interaction such as sharing, social media posting or commenting, and it is updated minute by minute by the NYT.

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