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The New York Times

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You now have unlimited access to The New York Times online through the library.

You can:

How it works

There are two ways you can access The New York Times. Both require you make an account at

Use the public computers at the Louisville Public Library

Accessing The New York Times from the Library computer is easy!

Access The New York Times remotely

With your Louisville Library account, you can access The New York Times content remotely from your home computer, laptop, phone, or tablet.

  • Click here for The New York Times Remote Access

  • You’ll be redirected to a new page to redeem your 72-hour digital access code

  • Click the Redeem button

  • Log in or create a New York Times account

  • Read away!

Once you’ve redeemed your remote access code through the library website, you can use your New York Times login information to access content on any device.

You may continue renewing your access every 72 hours, as many times as you wish. There are no limits!