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The New York Times wants to give you Netflix-like TV and movie recommendations

Last August the New York Times announced a new project called “Watching” that gave users recommendations for what films or TV shows to watch. It tries to be a more personalized and curated version of Netflix-like content recommendation engines. Today the program has exited closed beta and is available to all. Any user can now … Continue reading “The New York Times wants to give you Netflix-like TV and movie recommendations”

Last August the New York Times announced a new project called “Watching” that gave users recommendations for what films or TV shows to watch. It tries to be a more personalized and curated version of Netflix-like content recommendation engines.

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Today the program has exited closed beta and is available to all. Any user can now sign up for free. Like other services—including the now-defunct NYTNow app and NYTimes Cooking—it’s an attempt to hook in new readers. You can check it out at nytimes.com/watching.

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