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09 July 2009
" As Gannett ( NYSE: GCI ) continues to be roiled with huge debt problems , an absent CEO, and hundreds more layoffs across its community newspapers, its digital division appears to be a sea of calm
06 July 2009
A group of former Sun Media employees have started a new independent weekly in Hinton, Alberta, called the Hinton Voice . This is positive news for the hard-hit weekly newspaper industry, where local
03 July 2009
" The Philadelphia Newspapers group has created four new ads to promote the value of newspapers. The new campaign promotes the theme: "Newspapers. The Savings Medium." and is available for
03 July 2009
The Online Journalism Review offers an insightful critique of the Michael Jackson story as it was reported online. "Every major breaking news events offers its lessons to the news organizations that
03 July 2009
" Starting this Monday , Postimees will stop full publication of its articles online. Its rival, Eesti Päevaleht , is going to follow suit within the next few months. "Then, the plan seemingly is to
03 July 2009
The largest U.S. newspaper publisher is preparing to eliminate between 1,000 and 2,000 jobs from its work force of 41,500 in response to continuing drops in revenue, The Wall Street Journal reports.
03 July 2009
Martin Langeveld offers a different analysis of the bankruptcy proceedings of several large American newspapers. He suggests this may be a good thing in order to shake up the old business models that
30 June 2009
" Journalism Online, the brainchild of Court TV founder Steven Brill and former Wall Street Journal publisher Gordon Crovitz, has announced its first partnership, marking a step in the direction of
30 June 2009
While YouTube has accepted various news-style reports and information from contributors, it has created a separate page to highlight reports and to teach people how to become citizen journalists. "

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