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How to Receive the New York Times Electronic Edition

While only the New York edition of The Times carries the TV listings page, it's available every day in the The Times's Electronic Edition, the digital replica of the printed paper available free seven days a week to anyone who already subscribes to The Times and free for use in K -12, GED, ESOL and adult literacy classrooms anywhere in the United States. Don't confuse The Times's Electronic Edition with The Times's Web site, www.nytimes.com. The Electronic Edition, delivered online daily, reproduces every page, every picture and every advertisement, just as you'd see it in the newspaper itself. The Electronic Edition also allows you to view back issues. To apply for the free classroom subscription go to: http://www.nytimes.com/learning/teachers/NIE/programs.html.

In 2010, an education-rate subscription to the print edition costs 50 cents per copy per day, Monday through Friday. You can download an order form at: http://www.nytimes.com/learning/teachers/NIE/subscribe.html. But remember, the TV listings appear only in the print edition circulated in the New York area, or in the Electronic Edition.

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