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Belo inks ad deal with Yahoo!
Belo Corp. has reached an agreement with Yahoo! to deliver advertising across Yahoo! sites in Belo's 15 local television markets in the U.S.
- Broadcasting & Cable
J-Ph.D. candidate: I'm open to stretching the definition of journalism, but Patch has me confused.
A conversation with a Patch.com VP
Newspaper websites reach nearly two-thirds of all Internet users in first quarter
Newspaper publishers drove tremendous traffic to their websites in this year’s first quarter, attracting an average monthly audience of 108.3 million unique visitors - - nearly two-thirds (63.9 percent) of all adult Internet users.
- Newspaper Association of America
Competitor to print Chicago Sun-Times
Newspaper group regrets win against browser
Old Dominion U. professor is trying to save Internet history
Little of today's information is adequately archived. What does that mean for Legal Notice Advertising?
Rural newspapers doing better than their city counterparts
"Rural journalism is surviving, even thriving, in the rural West and across the United States, in an era of precipitous decline for major metropolitan newspapers." - Stanford University
NPR launches an effort to report on how actions by state governments affect their residents
"As their financial outlooks have soured, many traditional news organizations have cut back sharply on their coverage of state government.
NPR has launched its effort to help reverse the trend." - American Journalism Review
Try a local take on the federal debt-ceiling story
As the federal debt impasse continues in Washington and with a deadline is about 10 days away, the issue is garnering more airtime and probably an increasing curiosity among audiences who generally would tune out at phrases like “debt-ceiling level.”
For journalists, that means it might be a good idea to find a local, personal finance or consumer angle to round out wire stories and national TV coverage.
Murdoch facing Parliament's ire in hacking case
Britain’s Parliament collectively turned on Rupert Murdoch, the head of the News Corporation, and the tabloid culture he represents, using a debate about a widening phone hacking scandal to denounce reporting tactics by newspapers once seen as too politically influential to challenge.
Victoria Advocate launches daily deals site: ZoinkyDeals.com
"At a time when daily deals are growing faster than other forms of revenue on the Internet, the Victoria Advocate Publishing Company has decided to follow the money with the June launch of its own daily deals site: ZoinkyDeals.com." - By Adriana Acosta, Special to The Inlander
Research Brief: Two-Thirds of Local Merchants Advertise on Social Network; 1/5 Use Facebook
According to MerchantCircle, new local ad offerings from Facebook are making inroads with local merchants and may put increasing pressure on Google and pure-play deals companies such as Groupon for share of local marketing budgets.
The latest media survey regarding confidence levels in newspaper and television.
Americans' confidence in newspapers and television news has rebounded a bit from a record low during the past four years.
Twitter finds its media home with Twitter for Newsrooms
Twitter itself has given us even better guidance for using the service and its features in order to help more stories reach more people.
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
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