Business

James Bradshaw | The Globe and Mail | 3/6/2015
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.
Chantal Braganza | j-source.ca | 3/6/2015
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.dpuf
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.
Jed Lipinski | The Times-Picayune | 3/6/2015
The lecture, titled "Digital Innovations and the Future of Journalism," covered the recent history of NOLA.com
Staff Report | The Guardian | 3/5/2015
Ballot result means Viner is guaranteed place on shortlist of candidates to succeed Alan Rusbridger
Ken Doctor | Nieman Lab | 3/5/2015
The owner of the Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune, and other out-of-fashion metro dailies has plenty of good ideas — but they’re still playing from behind.
Lucia Moses | Digiday | 3/4/2015
Publishers face pressure to make sure ads are being seen by humans as agencies push new viewability standards.
Seth Liss | Poynter | 3/4/2015
The E.W.Scripps Company plans to spin off its newspapers into a separate company run by the Journal Media Group.
Press Release | Dirks, Van Essen & Murray | 3/3/2015
Phillips Media Group, LLC will aquire the Arkansas and Missouri newspapers and Missouri and Oklahoma commercial printing operations of Community Publishers, Inc. (CPI) of Bentonville, AR.
John Dick | PBS | 3/3/2015
Columbia University President Lee Bollinger told Bloomberg recently that he believes we need international standards on freedom of the press.
Keith J. Kelly | New York Post | 3/3/2015
Maverick supermarket mogul John Catsimatidis is the mystery suitor trying to buy the embattled Daily News from Mort Zuckerman, The Post has learned.
Steven Jacobs | StreetFight | 3/3/2015
Within local media circles, the dominance of digital is often publicly professed but privately qualified. The traditional businesses — print, radio and TV — have still, for many years, been generating the majority of revenue, leaving some executives to drag their feet.
Lucia Moses | Digiday | 3/3/2015
Here’s how four publishers are marrying native and the news.
Michael J. de la Merced | New York Times | 3/2/2015
A little over a month ago, Carl C. Icahn seemed poised for a fight at the Gannett Company. Now, the veteran activist investor is backing down.
Nu Yang and Rich Kane | 3/2/2015
Press Release | Dirks, Van Essen & Murray | 3/3/2015
Nu Yang | 3/4/2015