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Newspapers go all-in for copyright fight against clipping service
Sink or Swim: Digital Publishers Need To Be Bold

What Does the Future Hold for Newspapers?

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If you’ve been following the newspaper industry at all over the past year or so, you probably won’t be surprised to learn that 2009 was the worst year in decades as far as advertising revenues are concerned. But the sheer scale of the declines over the past few years...
What Does the Future Hold for Newspapers?

The Dire State of the Newspaper Industry [STATS]

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We’ve known for a long time that the newspaper industry as we know it is dying. The shift from print to online has been a painful process — but just how painful has it been?On Wednesday, the Newspaper Association of America released its estimates for advertising revenue across the...
The Dire State of the Newspaper Industry [STATS]

Top jobs of the week in digital media

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It’s been a tumultuous week in media, with the announced shutdown of The Daily and the continued reshuffling over at News Corp serving as fuel for debate about the best practices for delivering online content. Meanwhile our jobs board has the latest batch of listings from companies across the country: Patch.com: Director of Consumer Marketing...
Top jobs of the week in digital media

From iPlayer to Warren Buffett, here’s the week’s media news in review

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As we shuffle deeper into the digital realm, there’s an almost tangible tension between the old world order and, well, the new one. With that in mind, what better way to kick off this week’s media recap by looking at some of the various pieces that titillated us this week?...
From iPlayer to Warren Buffett, here’s the week’s media news in review

The Name Is Irrelevant

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The problem is calling them newspapers… – Barry Diller, in an interview with Katherine Weymouth, CEO of The Washington Post at the Newspaper Association of America’s mediaXchange on Tuesday...
The Name Is Irrelevant

Total US newspaper industry's revenue less than Google's alone

www.guardian.co.uk
Total newspaper advertising revenue in the United States last year fell by 7.3% compared to 2010. And print advertising, according to figures compiled by the Newspaper Association of America (NAA), was off by 9.2%.The industry posted total ad revenues of $23.9bn (£15.2bn), a decline of $1.9bn (£1.2bn) from the previous...
Total US newspaper industry's revenue less than Google's alone

Are you really paying for that paid content? A confession and scorecard

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Paying for online content was a funny idea back when Napster was a hero and no one had heard the word “paywall.” Now it seems that’s changed. Almost without noticing, I’ve gone from avoiding any paid online content to subscribing to quite a bit of it. Whether I’m actually paying...
Are you really paying for that paid content? A confession and scorecard

Press+: Publishers are offering less free content online

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RR Donnelley’s Press+, which lets publishers offer metered paywalls and manage digital subscriptions, says those publishers are making less content available free to readers. The 370 publishers using the platform let readers view an average of 11 free articles per month before hitting a paywall, down from 13 free articles...
Press+: Publishers are offering less free content online
Five things you need to know about the latest newspaper revenue numbers

Internet advertising revenues in the US hit record $9.26 billion in Q3 2012: IAB

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The Internet Advertising Bureau (IAB) and PwC US have reported that the third quarter of 2012 was the biggest on record for the online advertising industry in the US, which reached a total revenue of $9.26 billion. The result of Q3 2012 for the US advertising industry shows an 18% climb...
Internet advertising revenues in the US hit record $9.26 billion in Q3 2012: IAB

Newspaper Association of America shows new trends in paywalls

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The Newspaper Association of America recently examined 156 newspapers that have enacted some kind of paywall on their website. The data itself is for members only, but the NAA gave us a look. A few stats: Metered paywalls are the most common, with 87 percent of newspapers allowing readers access to a...
Newspaper Association of America shows new trends in paywalls

More digital advertising gloom - but we must try harder to see the light

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We are familiar with the contention that digital pennies cannot compensate for the loss of print pounds. In other words, online advertising revenue will never provide enough to fund traditional newspaper journalism.A new survey by the Newspaper Association of America (NAA) has produced new evidence to illustrate that fact. It...
More digital advertising gloom - but we must try harder to see the light

Study shows newspaper readers are engaged, but local papers need to do more on mobile

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Newspapers are still better at engaging audiences than any other form of media, according to a new Newspaper Association of America (NAA) survey conducted by Nielsen, and print newspaper advertising remains effective. With newspaper ad revenue plunging, though, the picture isn’t as rosy as this survey makes it appear —...
Study shows newspaper readers are engaged, but local papers need to do more on mobile

Two charts that tell you everything you need to know about the future of newspapers

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There are a number of different aspects to the debate over the future of newspapers: the social impact of only printing several days a week, for example, or the impact of cutbacks on the public-policy role that newspapers play. But one of the most crucial elements of this debate is...
Two charts that tell you everything you need to know about the future of newspapers
The decline of print visualized: US newspaper ad sales falling off a cliff
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