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FAIRPORT, N.Y., Jan. 16 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- GateHouse Media, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: GHSE) announced that today, The New York Times Company filed its Answer to GateHouse's Complaint in the action GateHouse Media Massachusetts I, Inc. v.
On Monday, GateHouse Media Inc. filed a copyright infringement lawsuit against the parent company of The Boston Globe, stating that the newspaper's new community Web site uses online material from GateHouse without permission.
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Today the Web Analytics Association (WAA) announced its newest corporate members: EpikOne, ForeSee Results, the New York Times and TrackSet. These organizations join more than 40 corporations dedicated to promoting a global understanding of web analytics.
NYTimes.com announced today the launch of a new video platform that introduces video into more sections of the site and provides enhanced user functionality. This new platform emphasizes The Times's strong commitment to video as an important journalistic medium.
NEW YORK, July 31 /PRNewswire/ -- quadrantONE, a joint venture of major media companies that focuses on premium advertisers seeking high-quality audiences and national reach, announced today that Andy Ellenthal has been named the company's full-time CEO.
The New York Times Company announced today that in June total Company revenues from continuing operations decreased 10.0% compared with the same month a year ago. Advertising revenues decreased 16.4% and circulation revenues increased 2.1%.
NYTimes.com and LinkedIn announced today a strategic relationship that will give LinkedIn members a more focused and personalized experience on the Business and Technology pages of NYTimes.com. This relationship pairs two strong online brands that share a professional and engaged audience.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - The New York Times next week joins a growing list of newspapers doing away with some or all of the stock tables in their business pages, an increasingly popular tactic in an industry desperate to cut costs.
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