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  above: Sunday November 4, 2018 Pearls Before Swine   Creative Loafing Charlotte Ceases Print, Staff Let Go Alt-weekly newspaper Creative Loafing Charlotte in North Carolina has ceased print production with its October 31st 2018 edition. Creative Loafing, received an email Tuesday night from the paper’s publisher, Charles Womack III. Wednesdays are production days for […]

Posted on: Nov 3, 2018,  Section: AAEC-feed, Newspaper industry, Comments: Comments Off on Newspaper News

Gizmodo Analyzes 1913 Comic that Predicted Newspapers in the Future

From the story: The August 20, 1913, edition of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch (subscription required) reprinted a cartoon from the London Chronicle about the newspaper of the future. And it serves as a fascinating snapshot of an era when automobiles were still relatively new, powered flight was just a decade old, and broadcast radio was still for early adopters. […]

Posted on: Aug 8, 2018,  Section: Comic strips, Newspaper industry, Comments: Comments Off on Gizmodo Analyzes 1913 Comic that Predicted Newspapers in the Future

Tronc to Change Name Back to Tribune Publishing

Multiple sources reporting. New York Post The Verge The Guardian

Posted on: Jun 18, 2018,  Section: Newspaper industry, Tribune Media Services, Comments: Comments Off on Tronc to Change Name Back to Tribune Publishing

US newspaper ad revenue in free fall

From Slate: Here?s a quick reminder that, despite the upbeat story lines we?ve heard about the greater media business during the past year or so, most newspapers are still very much in free fall. At the American Enterprise Institute?s Carpe Diem blog, Mark J. Perry finds that print ad revenues are now the lowest they’ve […]

Posted on: Apr 28, 2014,  Section: Newspaper industry, Comments: 5 Comments

30% of paid journalists lost their jobs between 2006-2012

From Allgov: The carnage of layoffs resulting from the Internet age has been quite gruesome for journalism employment, with the U.S. having lost 30% of its paid media workers. According to the Pew Research Journalism Project, print publications facing dwindling subscription rates laid off 17,000 reporters and editors from 2006 to 2012. The reduction saw […]

Posted on: Apr 23, 2014,  Section: Editorial cartooning, Newspaper industry, Comments: 1 Comment

More Silicon Valley money getting into journalism

Here’s an interesting piece from the New York Times that the list the number of Silicon Valley/Tech company leaders are backing newspapers or other forms of journalism is growing. Amazon’s Jeff Bezos bought the Washington Post; Pierre M. Omidyar, who founded eBay, is investing $250 million into a journalism venture with The Guardian’s Glenn Greenwald. […]

Posted on: Oct 21, 2013,  Section: Newspaper industry, Comments: 1 Comment

Jeff Bezos: people pay for a package, not a story

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos announced last month that he was buying the Washington Post for $250 million. He’s been making the rounds at the paper talking to staff about his plans and vision. But this caught my eye: The Bezos plan for the news organization he has agreed to buy for $250 million centers on […]

Posted on: Sep 6, 2013,  Section: Newspaper industry, Comments: 4 Comments

Jeff Bezos buys The Washington Post

In a surprise announcement, The Washington Post announces it is being purchased by Amazon founder Jeff Bezos. From the Washington Post: But for much of the past decade, The Post has been unable to escape the financial turmoil that has engulfed newspapers and other “legacy” media organizations. The rise of the Internet and the epochal […]

Posted on: Aug 6, 2013,  Section: Newspaper industry, Comments: 7 Comments

Times-Picayune to start printing daily

David Carr writes in The New York Times that a year after the Times-Picayune in New Orleans dropped to a thrice weekly paper, the paper will start printing a paper daily. But what it’s printing and who gets it is?. complicated. Here’s how David describes it: On Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays, a broadsheet called The […]

Posted on: May 13, 2013,  Section: Newspaper industry, Comments: 4 Comments

I know of some cartoonists who qualify for $20,000

The Knight Foundation paid Jonah Lehrer $20,000 to speak at a Knight Foundation luncheon wherein he talked about his plagiarism and fabrications. From Poynter: At a talk this afternoon in Miami, Jonah Lehrer acknowledged his plagiarism and fabrications and described how he hopes to redeem his reputation. Lehrer read prepared remarks then answered questions from […]

Posted on: Feb 13, 2013,  Section: Newspaper industry, Comments: 2 Comments

Washington Post considering putting up paywall

From the Washington Post: Long reluctant to charge for online content, the newspaper is close to a decision to introduce digital subscriptions and charge online readers once they surpass a certain number of articles or multimedia features a month, the person said. Access to the home page and section fronts would not be limited. The […]

Posted on: Dec 7, 2012,  Section: Newspaper industry, Comments: 9 Comments

Warren Buffett bullish on newspaper’s future

From the New York Times: Mr. Buffett went on a newspaper spending spree this year by buying more than 60 newspapers from Media General and a small stake in the newspaper company Lee Enterprises, a chain of mostly small dailies based in Iowa. At the time, he stressed that he had great confidence that newspapers […]

Posted on: Nov 28, 2012,  Section: Newspaper industry, Comments: 5 Comments

Cleveland Plain Dealer reporters try to stave off drop to thrice weekly publication

Marketplace reporter Dan Bobkoff looks at a “preemptive strike” by Cleveland Plain Dealer journalists who have organized a petition drive and endorsements to win public support against the paper scaling back to a three days a week print run. “If you have half the reporters, they’re asking half the questions, they’re writing half the stories,” […]

Posted on: Nov 26, 2012,  Section: Newspaper industry, Comments: Comments Off on Cleveland Plain Dealer reporters try to stave off drop to thrice weekly publication

Syracuse NY, Harrisburg PA papers drop to three day print schedule

The Syracuse Post-Standard (NY) and Harrisburg’s The Patriot-News (PA) have announced they are dropping to a three-days-a-week printing schedule in January. Both papers are part of the Advance Publications Inc family. According to a couple of news reports editors cited the economic model for newspapers no longer works and the need to reinvent themselves as […]

Posted on: Aug 30, 2012,  Section: Newspaper industry, Comments: 6 Comments

The Daily lays off 29% of staff

From All Things D: The publisher plans to tell its workers today that it will fire 50 of its 170 employees, according to people familiar with The Daily?s plans. The move comes 18 months after the tablet newspaper?s high-profile launch, and a little more than a month after News Corp. announced plans to split itself […]

Posted on: Aug 1, 2012,  Section: Newspaper industry, Technology, Comments: 6 Comments