bst365体育投注网址大全NYTLicensing offers five content types with multiple translated versions that are all accessible via our robust search bar. To help you sort through that much content, NYTLicensing allows you and your associates to search using four different methods.
By Journalist’s Name
bst365体育投注网址大全If you know the byline of an item, you can search for a specific author, photographer or artist.
Find relevant content by searching for a keyword that may appear within the title, body or caption of an item. You can perform a more refined search by adding AND, OR, NOT or quotation marks to your query.
By NYTimes.com URL
Copy and paste the URL of an article, photo or video from NYTimes.com into the search bar.
By Slug Reference
If you have the slug reference for an article from The New York Times, you can use it to find that article on our site. Just enter the slug reference and select the slug filter to search.
Tip: In newspaper editing, an article is labeled with a slug to identify it as it makes its way from the reporter through the editorial process. Slugs for articles from The New York Times are visible on each content detail page.
The NYTLicensing search bar allows you to refine your query with search filters.
By Media Type
Refine your search by selecting one or multiple media types, such as Articles, Photos, Videos, Graphics, or Audio.
Tip: All media types are set by default.
Refine your search by selecting one or more content categories, such as Arts & Entertainment, Business, Children & Young Adults, Fashion & Style, Games, Health, Lifestyle, Opinion, Science & Technology, Travel or World News.
Tip: Any categories are searched by default.
Users belonging to organizations with ongoing subscriptions can refine their search by selecting one or more services. Expand the content category to see which services fall under that category.
Tip: By default, your search query will include all services within your subscriptions.
Refine your search for content items by adjusting time ranges: past 24 hours, past 7 days, past 30 days, past 90 days, all time or specific date range.
Tip: All time is set as the default.
By Word Count
Refine your search by selecting the range of words that matches your desired article length.
Tip: Any amount of words are set as default.
Refine your search by selecting one or more languages of translated content items provided by NYTLicensing, such as Arabic, Chinese, English, French, German, Portuguese, or Spanish.
Tip: English is set as the default.
By default, search queries display items included in your subscriptions and items available for purchase. Check this box to only show results for items that are included within your subscriptions.
Check this box to only show article results with artwork.
Our search results page will display results based on your search query from newest to oldest in an interval of 24 search result cards per page. You can also view a search query by best match.
By default, all search result cards are displayed in a grid view with visual cues to reference the six different content types. You can also see search result cards by list view and gallery view. Gallery view will only display results with artwork. Each search result card will also display the content title, journalist(s), posting date, source, and content type detail.
Saving your Search
bst365体育投注网址大全NYTLicensing offers a feature that saves your recurring searches, which are accessible from the top menu bar or from your profile under Saved Searches.
To create a saved search:
Run a search query.
Under Refine Your Search, click on Save Search Results.
Enter a name within 20 characters.
Click on Save and your search is saved. The URL of your search query is also available to be bookmarked.
Managing your saved search
The top menu bar under Saved Searches will display your 6 most recent saved searches with a manage link. By clicking Manage Link, you will be redirected to your profile’s Saved Searches tab.
The Saved Searches tab provides a list of all your saved searches with action links to delete or rename your search. Each row allows you to see your search title, query details and creation date. You cannot edit your saved searches.