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Is the Internet a wilderness of commodity news?

This country’s news outlets are endlessly proud of their exclusives, their brilliant analyses, their groundbreaking investigations and their great writing. Whether news consumers pick up on all these distinctions is another question. A new study from the Pew Research Center found that when survey …

Sign Of Times: More Local Newspapers Closing

The New Year has not brought respite for the newspaper business, as demonstrated by the slow but steady erosion of local newspapers across the United …

Why I'm proud to be ink-stained - and you should be too

<i>is a Toronto writer and host of CBC Radio's The Vinyl Cafe</i><p>I love newspapers. I love getting up in the morning and opening the front door and finding one on my stoop. I love picking the paper up ... seeing the Gestalt of the front page. I love carrying it to the table and reading it while I wake up. …

Culture Change: How Knight is helping accelerate digital transformation in news organizations

Shortly after arriving at Knight Foundation in the fall of 2014, I visited daily news organizations in cities across the country to better understand …

News Industry

Time Inc. digital revs soar but brass mum on sale

Time Inc. reported its adjusted operating income in the fourth quarter grew 14 percent from the previous year — giving Wall Street a little …

For every £154 newspapers lose in print revenue, they gain only £5 on the digital side

LONDON — Between 2015 and 2016, the tide turned swiftly against newspapers in Britain. A key threshold was crossed: smartphone ownership among people aged over 55 — the most important newspaper-reading demographic — nearly doubled:<p>That one factor "has been the main driver of decline in demand for …

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Who says print is dead?

Despite what you may have heard, reports of the "death of print" have been greatly exaggerated. A survey in April by Deloitte found that 88% of magazine readers in the UK still prefer to consume articles via print. While half of respondents to its state-of-the-media survey (2,276 UK consumers, aged …