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  • Newspaper Sites Attract More Nonprint Readers
    It's a boon to online, but bad news for newspapers. Last week, a comScore study showed that younger people interested in news -a natural constituency in previous decades--are ditching pri ...
  • Non-Newspaper Readers Skew Younger, Are Bigger Online News Consumers
    People who don't read print newspapers are likely to be younger and greater consumers of online news, according to a new comScore study. Those ages 18 to 24 are 3 ...
  • Huge Newspaper Circ Falloff Since 2003
    Over the last four years, the top newspapers in the U.S. have collectively lost about 1.4 million copies in daily circulation, according to study by Editor & Publisher, although sin ...
  • Pressured: NYTCO Will Expand Online
    Under pressure from militant investors, The New York Times Company CEO Janet Robinson promised Tuesday the company will redouble its efforts to expand its online businesses over the next yea ...
  • USA Today Launches Web Campaign
    USA Today has launched a new Web campaign to help promote the newspaper's online community features. The campaign, developed by Arnold Worldwide, will place banners within Web portals, social networ ...
  • Newspapers Holding Up Nicely Up North
    Canadian newspapers are making the case -- backed up by solid numbers -- that the print situation in the Great White North is nowhere near as dire as in t ...
  • Get The Print Metrics Right!
    I have am issue with a report you've included from a Canadian source about Canadian newspapers. While I realize that MediaPost did not write the article, you've chosen to se ...
  • Rumor Mill: Bloomberg To Buy NYT?
    ORLANDO, Fla. -- Will Mike Bloomberg leave City Hall and opt to buy The New York Times, as rumor has it? ...
  • WSJ Wants Book Fees From Reporters
    Under a new Wall Street Journal policy, if a reporter writes a book based on a newspaper story, Rupert Murdoch wants a piece of the action. ...
  • Newspapers: 4Q News Gets Worse
    The round of bad news from big newspaper publishers' fourth quarter and January results continued this week with the announcement by E.W. Scripps that its newspaper division saw revenues fa ...
  • As Metro Dailies Sag, Small-Fry Papers Doing Just Fine
    If 2007 will be remembered as one of falling classified revenues, staff cuts, lower margins squeezed operating margins slumping stock prices for the newspaper industry, it wasn't all bad. Whi ...
  • Dickey Named To Head Gannett Newspapers
    Gannett Co. tapped Robert J. Dickey as president of its newspaper division. ...
  • Calendar Has Been Cruel To Newspapers
    Poor results in the fourth quarter of 2007 and January 2008 foreshadow another year of sliding revenues for newspapers. The news comes as no surprise to industry observers, following t ...
  • New Tool Can Go Sub-ZIP Level For Newspaper Ads
    A media-buying firm says it can now buy print ads at a sub-ZIP code level. Interpublic's Newspaper Services of America claims to have developed a new analytical tool that c ...
  • Survey: Canadians Still Love Their Newspaper Ads
    While Americans are increasingly turning away from print media, a new study finds that our neighbors in Canada are still quite fond of their newspapers. Six of ten of tho ...
  • Zell Spreads Change To Trib's Smaller Papers
    Sam Zell, the billionaire who bought Chicago-based Tribune Co. in December, is preaching a message of change at his new properties -- insisting to its Daily Press employees that t ...
  • Philly Inquirer To Target Female Demo
    Brian Tierney, the (relatively) new owner of The Philadelphia Inquirer and Philly.com says that his goal is to attract new readers online and to be "realistic" about print demos, whi ...
  • Miami Herald, Sun-Sentinel in Distribution Pact
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  • Netscape Founder Sounds NYT Deathwatch
    On the eve of Netscape's official demise, its co-founder Marc Andreessen, who sold the company to AOL in 1998 for $4.2 billion, points to another failing business: The New Yo ...
  • Yahoo Expands Newspaper Network, Adds 25 Shaw Papers
    Yahoo Thursday said it expanded its network of newspaper partnerships with the addition of four publishers, including Shaw Newspapers and its 25 daily and weekly newspapers covering northern Illinois a ...
  • 'Albuquerque Tribune' Closes
    The Albuquerque Tribune publishes its final edition on Saturday, Feb. 23. ...
  • 2 Big Newspaper Companies Cut Staff
    Sun-Times Media Group. will outsource its Chicago advertising production, while the Bay Area News Group will cut staff at 16 newspapers in California. ...
  • Newspaper Web Sites Draw Younger Audiences
    Newspaper Web sites are reaching elusive younger readers, a new analysis by Scarborough Research indicates, giving a much-needed boost to the ailing newspaper business. The growth in online audiences ...
  • 'Baltimore Sun' Launches Youth-Oriented 'b'
    The Baltimore Sun is planning to launch a new free tabloid targeting younger readers called "b." The first daily issue is set to appear on April 14. With a m ...
  • Rochester Ranks #1 in Local Print and Web Newspaper Penetration
    According to The Scarborough Newspaper Penetration Report, the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle ranks number one in local market adult penetration for print audience and Integrated Newspaper Audience (the weekly n ...
  • Newspaper Business Sections Could End
    As newspapers are forced to make cuts due to declining circulation and ad revenue, some are starting to look at their stand-alone business sections as increasingly expendable. The Denver Post
  • Addendum: quadrantOne Will Be Shy Two: NYTs, USA Today
    quadrantOne, the new online ad portal formed by newspaper heavyweights Gannett, Hearst, Tribune Co., and New York Times Co. will not include the online editions of a couple of t ...
  • Do Papers Still Want - Or Even Need -- The AP?
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  • Trib, NYT to Cut Hundreds From Newsrooms
    The ailing newspaper business got more discouraging news Wednesday and Thursday with tandem announcements by the Tribune Co. and The New York Times Company that they will cut hundreds ...
  • Gannett, Hearst, NYT, Trib Flex Their Quads, Form National Online Ad Sales Portal
    Four of the biggest print and online publishers - Gannett Co., Hearst Corp., The New York Times Co., and Tribune Co. - this morning announced quadrantONE, a new joint ventu ...