Monthly Archives: November 2008

US newspapers in crisis

The US newspaper industry has reached the full-blown crisis stage, attendees at an American Press Institute summit heard. Read a full report here.

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Smart bloggers outside North America

A worthy addition to the select group of  blogs about journalism is the Nieman Journalism Lab. It has just posted a list of  the top 10 blogs about the future of journalism. With the exception of one from London, the … Continue reading

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WAN reports higher profits

Some good news from the newspaper front in Australia. West Australian Newspapers has reported net profit of $A29.65 million for the three months to September 30. This is a 43.8 per cent jump on the previous corresponding quarter. It happened … Continue reading

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Monitor first of many going online only

The Christian Science Monitor will publish in online form only from next year. This move by a formerly print-and-online paper is the first of many. To date newspapers have cut costs by cutting into salaries of people. But the other … Continue reading

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