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Jan. 17, 2014, 11:10 a.m.
LINK: www.nytco.com  ➚   |   Posted by: Caroline O'Donovan   |   January 17, 2014

The New York Times has published an analysis of their most viewed digital content from 2013. The data is broken down into categories across media, including videos, interactives and articles/blogs, as well as by platform, including mobile web, iPad and iPhone apps.

The most visited of all our content was the interactive “How Y’all, Youse and You Guys Talk” (December 21).

Other highlights include:

Most Visited Video on NYTimes.com – “Syrian Rebels Execute 7 Soldiers” (Sept. 5)

Most Visited Article on the iPad App: “The 46 Places To Go In 2013″ (Jan. 11)

The New York Times’s coverage of the Boston Bombings, as well as Angelina Jolie‘s and Vladimir Putin‘s Op-Eds were highly visited amongst all of our platforms.

Interestingly, while breaking news, especially about the Boston Marathon bombings, dominated on mobile and iPhone, the most popular iPad content was a highly visual travel story.

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