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As the internet becomes the go-to news source for many readers, newspapers will experience a mass exodus of advertisers and readers.
Broadcasters can now integrate real-time review and discussion of todayâ€™s news into on-air programming.
ORLANDO, FL, April 14 /PRNewswire/ - The Newspaper Association of America (NAA) welcomed Tracktor(TM) Media to launch its award-winning solution that empowers online news publishers by adding news video from the world's leading broadcasters anywhere on their site and in any language.
Rupert Murdoch's News International said Friday that the Times and The Sunday Times will become the first British newspapers to charge readers to access all online content in June.
HONG KONG, July 20 /PRNewswire-Asia/ -- A new website, atimes.net ( http://www.atimes.net ), heralds a refreshingly original concept in online news publishing.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., June 12 /PRNewswire/ -- As newspapers try to figure out how to make money from their web sites, one Rhode Island paper is trying an old-fashioned plan: asking readers to pay for access to the news.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., June 5 /PRNewswire/ -- A week ago in Chicago, many of the top executives in the newspaper business gathered to discuss how to make money from their web sites the old-fashioned way: by charging for them.
Center director Jeffrey Cole: "greatest opportunities in their existence" await newspapers that can move decisively online LOS ANGELES, April 28 /PRNewswire/ -- In a year when the woes of newspapers -- layoffs, consolidations, and outright closings -- are more extensive than in any period in memory, strong evidence of the changing nature of media use in America may be found in a single statistic: Internet users report a large increase in time reading online newspapers, according to the...
Three US media veterans have formed a company that plans to bundle the Internet content of newspaper and magazine publishers and charge Web surfers' a subscription for access to content that has long been free.
The reach of newspapers and their online sites among young adults in Lee Enterprises (NYSE: LEE) markets has grown from 54 to 64 percent over the last year. Use of the printed newspaper alone among young adults has grown from 48 to 55 percent.