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Someone must have decided that this is a lunchtime webcast, and in order to make that idea succeed, it will only be offered during lunch.

The NYT is pretty progressive in their online monetization strategies. Perhaps it's the sponsor wanted to hit lunch viewers?

Fernando Rizo

If you want lunchtime viewers and post the video at 1pm ET to get them, that makes good sense to me. But then why take it down? You'll miss lunchtime viewers in every other time zone.

Is there some trick to limiting the number of viewers that I'm missing?

James Crawford

This did make me wonder why, oh why.

I dare you to call them up and ask them their rationale. But call at 1pm ET.

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