Joe Pompeo | Capital New York | 10/29/2014
The section, which runs on Sundays, will cease publication as of the first of the year.
Diana Marszalek | NetNewsCheck | 10/29/2014
Plans call for the radio station to stream about 40 hours a week of original content, all of which will be provided by whichever of the group’s 117 members want to opt in. 
Janko Roettgers | GigaOm | 10/29/2014
Here’s what SoundCloud CEO Alexander Ljung, Universal Music CEO Lucian Grainge and DreamWorks Animation CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg think about the future of the media and entertainment business.
Jasper Jackson | The Media Briefing | 10/29/2014
Making a full shift to digital before that happens is something all newspapers, including the Guardian, need to do, and quickly.
Mathew Ingram | GigaOm | 10/29/2014
BuzzFeed has acquired Torando Labs and made the founder — the co-founder and former CTO of Bitly — its VP of data engineering | 10/29/2014
USA TODAY continues to hold the number one spot for total daily circulation in the United States.
Mark Sweney | The Guardian | 10/29/2014
Online ad spend a major factor behind second annual increase since 2007, with total figure set to rise 1% to £1.42bn in 2015
Rick Edmonds | Poynter | 10/29/2014
The current six-month reporting format, now called Snapshot and previously FAS-FAX, has been in place since 1968.
Ken Doctor | Nieman Journalism Lab | 10/28/2014
Coming, officially today, to your hometown: A templatized, national/local, ready-to-go network of 70 news sites and apps that aim to make use of all the au courant digital news business knowledge of the day.
Mathew Ingram | GigaOM | 10/27/2014
Blendle, a Dutch startup that sells access to news and other content from a variety of European media outlets on a per-article basis, says it has closed a Series A financing round of $3.8 million that was led by the New York Times Co. and German media giant Axel Springer. | 10/27/2014
The Toronto-based media company says it had a $49.8 million net loss
Peter Schorsch | Saint Petersblog | 10/24/2014
As the financially strapped Tampa Bay Times enters its post-voluntary buyout stage, in an effort to shed as much as 10 percent of its workforce, the initial round of layoffs has now begun.
Lucia Moses | Digiday | 10/24/2014
Three years ago, Columbia’s journalism school came out with a report that stated the painfully obvious: Journalists are ignorant about their business, and they need to get educated if they want their organizations to be competitive online.