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Dialog Now Offers Deeper New York Times Archive

Dialog (, a business of The Thomson Corp., said that it is now offering a full-text archive of The New York Times dating back to 1980 through Dialog NewsRoom and other Dialog-branded services. The archive is available to North American subscribers as well as those located elsewhere around the world. Previously, Dialog had offered its non-North American subscribers a full-text archive starting in 1998, with only abstracts for prior years. North American customers previously had access only to a 90-day full-text archive.

Dialog NewsRoom is an aggregated database of news reporting from more than 10,000 sources worldwide. It is available as a stand-alone service ( or as a component of other Dialog and Thomson services. Archived and current content from The New York Times has been integrated into the content pool for seamless searching. On other Dialog-branded services, the archives of materials from The New York Times are Files 471 and 472.

An archive of materials from The New York Times is also available through the family of Dialog DataStar services (Files NYTI and NYTC), which are used primarily for in-depth research and current awareness tracking in the fields of science, technology, and medicine.

Source: Dialog

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