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  1. An article about her at New York Times

  2. An article about her on New York Times

  3. An article about her at newyorktimes.com

  4. An article about her on newyorktimes.com

I suspect that the first and the fourth are correct, but I am not sure. The research I did. Is on more specific than at?

P.S. The article in question

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    If you're talking about an article in the printed copy, it's "in the New York Times". When you're talking about a website, I don't think that usage has settled down yet between "at" and "on". – Colin Fine Jun 29 '19 at 22:27
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Here's what sounds natural:

  • An article about her in the New York Times (for print newspapers)
  • An article about her in Time [magazine] (for magazines, the "magazine" is optional)
  • An article about her on newyorktimes.com (for websites)
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