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  • Newspapers Forge More Online Deals
    Seeking to sustain online revenue growth, newspaper publishers have struck a series of new deals to expand the reach of their online content and classified businesses. The Zillow deal involves ...
  • 'USA Today' Cuts 45 Newsroom Jobs
    USA Today is cutting 45 jobs in the newsroom, hitting news, money, sports and lifestyle sections. ...
  • FCC Considers Cross Ownership
    The chairman of the Federal Communications Commission yesterday proposed relaxing an agency rule to allow big-city newspapers to buy the smaller television stations in their markets, a move designed as ...
  • 'New York Times' Hires New Media Reporter
    It took a while, but The New York Times hired Fortune's Tim Arango as its new media reporter. He starts Dec. 3. He takes over for Richard Siklos, who left ...
  • Countdown: ABC Adopts Changes In Circulation Reporting
    The Audit Bureau of Circulations has adopted a series of new rules and standards governing circulation reporting at U.S. newspapers. It also loosened some restriction on consumer magazine distribution. ...
  • Murdoch: Big Changes Coming To WSJ
    The first edition of The Wall Street Journal published under News Corp.'s control is expected to land on doorsteps a month from today. CEO Rupert Murdoch said Tuesday significant changes ...
  • Newspapers Form Alliance with Zillow.com
    In their latest bid to counter shrinking print revenues, a group of major U.S. newspaper companies has formed an alliance with Zillow.com to extend their classified ads to the popular ...
  • Twin Cities Get Twin Newspaper Platforms: Analog, Digital
    MinnPost.com, an online newspaper created by the former publisher of the Minneapolis Star Tribune to cover happenings in the Twin Cities, launched last Thursday with a minimum of fanfare--but all ...
  • Yahoo's Newspaper Alliance Adds Major Player
    Yahoo has bolstered its year-old newspaper alliance by adding the New York Daily News, the nation's fifth largest newspaper, and the biggest to join the consortium so far. Since launching ...
  • Newspaper Sunday Circulation Swoons
    Sunday newspaper sales have hit a 32-year low--falling to about 51.3 million, according to data based on the last report from the Audit Bureau of Circulations. And that decline could ...
  • Newspaper Circulation Declines Sharply
    The unrelenting drumbeat of bad news for newspapers continued Monday with the release of the latest circulation figures from the Audit Bureau of Circulations, covering the six-month period from March ...
  • Newspapers Moving Away From Paid Circ?
    Newspapers have long complained that the main way of measuring their audience--i.e., paid print circulation--is unfair when it is compared to television and radio, which tout audience share. And now ...
  • Gannett Offers New Zip Code Targeted Pre-Prints
    Gannett's newspaper division next week will launch a new Sunday Select edition, offering pre-print advertising direct to targeted zip codes relevant to specific advertisers. Consumers in Indianapolis will be the ...
  • WaPo Ad Revenue Falls 13% In Q3
    Print advertising revenue at the Washington Post's flagship newspaper tumbled 13% in the third quarter compared to the same period in 2006--to $113.1 million, according to the company's earnings report ...
  • Online, Newspaper Audiences Up, But Revenue Growth Slows
    More people are reading newspapers--online. Roughly 59.6 million people visited newspaper Web sites in July, according to new figures from the Newspaper Association of America released Wednesday. That's 37.1% of ...
  • Belo Appoints Exec To Head Divisions
    Belo has appointed two of its executives to roles in which they will oversee its 20 local stations. Peter Diaz becomes executive vice president/television operations, with Kathy Clements taking the ...
  • VSS: Don't Count Out Old Media Yet In Digital Future
    Don't count out media's old guard in the battle for the new media landscape, said John Suhler, founding general partner and president of private equity firm Veronis Suhler Stevenson. ...
  • Media M&A Slowing In Wake Of Credit Crunch
    The mortgage crisis and resulting credit crunch haven't impacted valuations yet, but have led to a slowdown in media M&A activity, according to a group of top industry dealmakers. ...
  • And the Winners Are...
    Wired Magazine takes Best in Show for its winning work with Xerox. A rundown of the winners in the 2007 Creative Media Awards. ...
  • Gannett, Tribune Will Expand Metromix
    The Gannett Company is joining forces with the Tribune Company to expand Metromix, a network of local sites focusing on nightlife and entertainment, the companies announced Monday. ...
  • Tribune, Gannett Partner On Metromix Entertainment Network
    Chicago-based Gannett and Tribune Company's Tribune Interactive division have partnered to launch Metromix LLC--expanding Tribune's already established network of local entertainment and activity sites. The network will exist as an ...
  • Hold The Press: FCC To Investigate Dow Jones Deal
    Michael Copps, one of two Democratic commissioners on the five-person Federal Communications Commission, sent a letter last week to FCC Chairman Kevin J. Martin urging him to investigate Rupert Murdoch's ...
  • Tribune Sells 2 Connecticut Newspapers To Hearst
    Tribune Publishing, part of the Tribune Co., sold its southern Connecticut newspapers, The Advocate (Stamford) and Greenwich Time, to Hearst Corporation for $62.4 million. ...
  • The Price Is Right
    Long Island's newsday set its pay wall firmly in place in November, becoming one of the few local newspapers to charge for all online access to its content. MediaNews also ...
  • Journalism
    I met my first citizen journalist 32 years ago. You might even call her an early blogger. Ollie Hoyes from Olyphant, Penn., wrote the "Mid Valley Medley," a free-flowing column ...
  • No Happy Ending
    Looking to get some young Russian love 24/7? Soon you may have to look further than the back pages of your favorite weekly. The adult services classifieds, long the back ...
  • Smells Like Desperation
    Print may be dead but scratch 'n' sniff lives on, thanks to the Los Angeles Times. The newspaper teamed up with Fox Walden, a joint venture of 20th Century Fox ...
  • Gestalt: So Long, Santa Sucker
    Dear Santa: I'm not sure how to say this, but well, I'm 14, and this will be the last letter I write you. ...
  • Media Marketplace: Out With the Old
    Media is at a crossroads. So are we going to just keep staring down the roads ahead or actually do something? It's time to think bigger and take action. This ...
  • Stopping the Presses
    This is not another newspaper obituary. But, more than a hundred years since its first edition, The Christian Science Monitor will literally stop its daily presses this coming April. The ...