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  • LA Times Rolls Out Stand-Alone Weekly
    The Los Angeles Times, now under the ownership of Sam Zell, has rolled out a new stand-alone print weekly. And in an unusual against-the tide twist, the culture and nightli ...
  • Flash: NY Daily News Goes 100% Color in 2009
    By the end of 2009, the New York Daily News will become the first major market daily in the U.S. to be produced in 100% color. ...
  • Tribune Rejects 'Sun-Times' Ad Over Readership Claim
    Tribune Co. has gotten into yet another spat with Windy City rival Sun-Times Group after the former ordered its WGN-AM radio to re-record the voiceover of a Sun-Times commercial th ...
  • Harbinger Buys Nearly 10% Of NYTC
    Harbinger Capital Partners increased its stake in The New York Times Co. to nearly 10% from 5%. ...
  • Newsstand Mags Drop Circ, 'Time' Plummets
    Time magazine received a body blow in the latest circulation report from the Audit Bureau of Circulations, leading a round of bad news for consumer magazines in a variety ...
  • Weymouth Named Wash Post Media CEO
    Katharine Weymouth, a granddaughter of the late Washington Post Co. chairman Katharine Graham, has been named chief executive of Washington Post Media, a new division that will oversee The Washingt ...
  • Washington Post To Offer Buyouts
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  • McClatchy 4Q: Another Bad Quarter
    The secular downturn in the newspaper business clearly continued in the last quarter of 2007. On Wednesday, the McClatchy Company reported weak fourth-quarter results and a discouraging outlook for 200 ...
  • WSJ Partners With Mobile Developer Action Engine
    The Wall Street Journal has partnered with mobile developer Action Engine to launch a free, downloadable application offering access to WSJ.com, MarketWatch.com and Barron's.com via Windows Mobile phones. The ad-support ...
  • Newspapers Turn to Online Networks for Display Ads
    Local newspaper Web sites are seeking safety in numbers and convenience, joining large networks for online display ads. These networks are proving to be a key part of online strate ...
  • V-me Brings NYT To Hispanic Market
    V-me, a new national network, partnered with public TV, is working with The New York Times News Service to bring the newspaper's content into the Hispanic television market for t ...
  • Newspapers 4Q: NYT, Media General Bleeding Revs
    Two newspaper groups--New York Times Co. and Media General reported their fourth-quarter results on Thursday. All were disappointing, heralding yet another round of bad news from the industry in genera ...
  • WSJ Adds Sports To Lineup
    The Wall Street Journal, known for its serious focus on financial and business issues, is expanding its coverage to include a new sports page. It would most likely appear ...
  • Microsoft Partners With The Wall Street Journal
    Seeking to corner the financial services sector, Microsoft has forged another distribution and ad sales partnership, this time with The Wall Street Journal. Advertising is increasingly becoming a centerpiece ...
  • Investors: New York Times Co. Must Change Course
    Dissatisfied with the current management, two big New York Times Company shareholders said they will submit their own proposals for four appointments to the company's board of directors on Apr ...
  • WSJ.com Free? Murdoch Says Forget About It
    Contradicting an earlier statement, Rupert Murdoch said Thursday that The Wall Street Journal will continue to charge a fee for full access to its Web site. He indicated that tho ...
  • Report: Newspaper Visits Up 9%
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  • Record Audiences For Newspapers Online
    While their print editions continued to slide, newspapers enjoyed an online audience boom in 2007, according to the Newspaper Association of America, which says the total unique audience for newspap ...
  • WSJ.com Free? Murdoch Says Forget About It
    Contradicting an earlier statement, Rupert Murdoch said Thursday that The Wall Street Journal will continue to charge a fee for full access to its Web site, and indicated that tho ...
  • USA Today Acquires Action Sports Destination BNQT.com
    USA Today on Thursday announced the acquisition of Banquet, the operator of action sports destination BNQT.com along with the Cold War Collective action sports ad network of over 20 affiliat ...
  • 'USA Today' Partners With CSTV, Builds Interactive Site
    The college sports TV network and Web site, CSTV Networks, has struck a deal with USA Today giving the newspaper's site access to CSTV's massive on-demand live college sports libr ...
  • 2 'Metro' Publishers Out
    Two publishers are gone from the free newspaper Metro in Boston and New York, respectively. ...
  • College Days: Gannett Wants Colorado State Newspaper
    The Coloradoan, a Gannett property, is negotiating with Colorado State University to create a strategic partnership with the The Rocky Mountain Collegian, the state school's main student newspaper. In effec ...
  • CSTV.com Partners With USA Today
    College sports media service CSTV.com has partnered with USA Today to provide content including its media player and game stat tracker on the newspaper's Web site. CSTV's XXL media play ...
  • Rough Quarter For Lee On Ad Softness
    Lee Enterprises had a rough go of it in the fiscal first quarter as the newspaper firm reported a 6.2% slide in operating revenues to $279 on weakness in advertisi ...
  • Big Calif. Paper To Ditch Daily Biz Section
    The Orange County Register newspaper will move most business news into the main at the end of the month, one of its responses to challenges faced by traditional print med ...
  • Media General Divests SP Newsprint Share
    Media General sold its one-third ownership stake in SP Newsprint Co. The company expects to use the funds for debt repayment. ...
  • Another Editor Out At L.A. Times, Ouster Follows Dwindling Circ., Ad Sales
    After the relatively brief tenure of a little more than a year, Los Angeles Times Editor James O'Shea has been shown the door, executives with the paper said Sunday. O'Sh ...
  • Help Wanted: Chicago Trib Trims Classified Squibs
    Bowing to the inevitable, the Chicago Tribune will soon offer fewer print "help wanted" classifieds, saving on newsprint costs by limiting them to its Sunday edition. The decision is o ...
  • San Diego Trib: More Layoffs
    The San Diego Union-Tribune axed 27 jobs on Tuesday, and is outsourcing 18 artist positions in the advertising department later this year. ...