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Since the Great Recession American newspapers have seen their revenues cut by nearly half. Thousands of jobs in the industry have been slashed and still it is having trouble recovering. Hoping to plug the dike is the American Journalism Project…
Advertising revenue is the lifeblood of newspapers. From 2000 to 2016 U.S. newspaper advertising income has declined from $65 billion to less than $19 billion. The falloff isn’t stopping. A number of newspapers no longer exist and most are dying, …
Some Teen Journalists Encounter Censorship
Sensitive subjects — from investigations into personnel matters to relationships — are provoking anger and censorship for some school newspapers, according to the New York Times. Its story notes that a 1988 Supreme Court …
UK campaign says legal mandates protecting kids from online negatives are needed
A new campaign by the Daily Telegraph backs legal requirements protecting kids from digital dangers and has launched a campaign on the issue. It centers on “duty of …
With today’s announcement that the Los Angeles Times has been sold by Tronc to a board member without any newspaper experience, many are wondering if this once great medium care be revived. The Los Angeles Times covers much of southern …
In an age when most newspapers are dying, one major newspaper has seen subscriptions triple in the last year. The Washington Post, under the direction of Fred Ryan and ownership of Amazon’s founder Jeff Bezos, has implemented a radical technology …
There are many interesting facts provided by Pew Research Center in their “State of the News Media” report. Today, we look at their “Newspaper Fact Sheet”. It clearly provides evidence for the continuing, sad, rapid decline of daily newspapers’ …
The New York Times reports on the continuing decline in top newspapers across the country. Mentioned in the story are The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, The Chicago Tribune, The Los Angeles Times – and yes – the New York …