We are excited to share that the New York Times is now offering even more great material to Johns Hopkins students and scholars. In addition to the top-notch journalism currently available through the NYT Digital Edition (available here), access to New York Times Audio is now available through the library! Whether you’re a busy commuter or simply enjoy listening to the news, you can now access top stories, podcasts, and more from the convenience of your own Apple device (NYT Audio is currently available for iOS only).

With podcasts and audio content, the New York Times has made it easier than ever to stay informed on the go. From in-depth reporting and expert analysis to commentary from reporters and journalists, the audio content available through the library covers everything from world events to cooking, pop culture, and so much more.

To access the New York Times audio, simply activate your NYT access then click here to download the app to your iOS device (iPhone, iPad, etc.) and start listening!

Some highlights available through the app include:

  • “The Headlines,” a new show where Times reporters discuss three big stories of the day in under 10 minutes.
  • “Reporter Reads,” where our reporters describe how they found their stories and what surprised them in their reporting, then narrate their work.
  • Short pieces from our culture and lifestyle reporters that offer surprise and delight, from a guided tour through new pop music to an ode to the magic of “Goodnight Moon.”

Don’t miss out on the opportunity to stay up-to-date with the latest news and insights from the New York Times.