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Postal Service Nears Collapse
Cover Story May 26 Bloomberg Business Week
Small papers take lead charging for online
While large dailies have been slow to embrace the concept of charging for online news content, smaller newspapers have quietly led the way in introducing paid subscription models in the United States.
Google dumps newspaper archiving mission
Amazon Now Sells More eBooks Than Paper Books
A major milestone for the Kindle Store - eBooks are now the most popular format on Amazon.com
Wall Street Journal launches WikiLeaks Clone
The Wall Street Journal wants citizens to help them uncover fraud, abuse and other wrongdoing by submitting information to their new site, SafeHouse.
TML president disappointed over federal court ruling
Editor questions spirit that inspired lawsuit
Laurie Ezzell Brown of The Canadian Record sets the record straight on why it's crucial that public notices continue to be printed in local papers
Officials should not bypass public forum by messaging
Carlos Rodriguez at The Brownsville Herald: "Public business must be conducted publicly"
Dismissive of Patch.com for all the wrong reasons
Inland Press reports on the real challenge presented by Patch.com
New Harvard Study shows milennials prefer newspapers over other media
America’s 18 to 29 year olds look first to major national newspapers – followed by “Facebook Friend” statuses – to track 2012 presidential campaign.
USPS looks for opportunities to close Area Mail Processing operations
The Postal Service is looking into opportunities to consolidate mail processing operations, including some AMP operations in Texas.
Yes to nosy questions: Coercive lawsuits shouldn't keep people from exercising their constitutional rights
WSJ publisher Les Hinton: mobile users paying for content
Company has 200,000 paid subscribers for tablet editions
Newspaper Websites Reach Key Demographics
Research Brief: Newspaper Websites Reach Key Demographics With High Quality Journalism
Newspapers: Dead or Alive?
In that same typical week, according to Scarborough Research, an estimated 71% of U.S. adults over the age of 18 consumed newspaper content.
Publishers disagree that their publication will be delivered in a digital-only format within five years.
Ad Circulars Go Digital
Associated Press recently announced: iCircular reinterprets the best features of the print circular experience for mobile devices.
AOL Bets on Hyperlocal News, Finding Progress Where Many Have Failed
NY Time article on the AOL service called Patch. AOL wants local news and reporters.
Under Pay Model, Little Effect Seen on Papers’ Web Traffic
New York Times article on the effect of pay models from about two dozen mostly small- and medium-size papers.
Waco Tribune-Herald Experience in Online Content
An edited Q&A based on exchange of e-mails with Carlos Sanchez of the Waco Tribune-Herald.
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