As print advertising revenue continues to shrink at Torstar Corp., the company is pinning its hopes on a tablet edition of the Toronto Star expected to attract new readers and advertisers.
The decline of alt-weekly newspapers over the past 10 years is, of course, not news in an industry with a wider-spread issue of revenue problems and it’s certainly not a trend specific to Canada. - See more at: http://j-source.ca/article/long-goodbye-canadian-alt-weeklies#sthash.G9HGniZf.dpufThe decline of alt-weekly newspapers over the past 10 years is, of course, not news in an industry with a wider-spread issue of revenue problems and it’s certainly not a trend specific to Canada.
The lecture, titled "Digital Innovations and the Future of Journalism," covered the recent history of NOLA.com
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