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New York Times Digital Access

New York Times Digital Access via Livermore Public Library

The New York Times digital edition is freely available through the Livermore Public Library courtesy of the California State Library.  Enjoy current articles to content dating back to 1851 from a respected news source.  Accessible on library computers or on mobile devices connected to the library’s Wi-Fi. 

To enjoy complimentary access from the Civic Center Library: 1) Connect to the open free library Wi-Fi; 2) Find the Onsite NYT Access link on the library website in the Digital Library under News Articles; 3) Register or log in at to enjoy unlimited access to on any device during your library visit. 

Alternatively, to view offsite: 1) Access the NYTimes link through the library website at in the Digital Library under News Articles; 2) Click the Offsite NYT Access link which grants users a redemption code; 3) Enjoy 24-hour access.  When using onsite or offsite for the first time, you will need to create a free account with a valid email address to gain entry.

Library patrons may browse content including video, photos and multimedia features, as well as enjoy personalized access to The Times’ collection of email newsletters, such as California Today. Spanish and Mandarin Chinese versions are also available.  Explore the depths of The Times’ quality journalism in topics ranging from news and politics to food and culture.

“A library card is the best bargain around and having free access to The New York Times makes your library card even more valuable,” said Greg Lucas, California’s state librarian. “We’re excited to partner with The Times to make an important news source available to Californians at their local library.”

For additional information about this library perk or to discover other eResources the Livermore Public Library offers, please visit the Digital Library.