Category Archives: Newspaper industry

Survey: It’s the best, but I don’t want it

Imagine identifying something that you thought was the best at what it did, but then refusing to take advantage of it. Let’s allow the Press Gazette to explain. “While it goes a long way to positively demonstrate the freethinking, self-influential … Continue reading

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BREAKING: The Telegraph: Guardian newspaper to be printed as a tabloid

The Telegraph has the details. It is understood that an agreement to outsource printing to Trinity Mirror could be announced as soon as this week, although senior sources said it was not yet completely finalised. The plans mean The Guardian … Continue reading

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The Anthony Moretti Daily

My “newspaper” can be accessed here.

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The death of the New York Times…

…oh, come on, stop it. WIRED reports that the New York Times — America’s best newspaper (don’t argue with me) — continues to reinvent itself. He looks the picture of a young tech executive—close-cropped hair, tortoiseshell glasses, considered stubble—and I … Continue reading

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Gannett, to Tronc: How about NO!

The following excerpt comes from today’s Morning Media NewsFeed from AdWeek: After months of “will they” “won’t they” speculation attached to stories about Gannett’s pursuit of Tronc, Gannett has issued a final “won’t they.” In a statement, Gannett said it … Continue reading

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Just great…Baltimore Sun reporters get stiffed on raise

Poynter has the details. In a statement, The Baltimore Sun told Poynter that it had a pre-existing contract agreement with the Washington-Baltimore News Guild before the salary increases were announced in June. “In February, The Baltimore Sun and the Washington-Baltimore … Continue reading

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Did the newspaper industry rush headlong into online…and goofed by doing so?

Politico Magazine takes a look at a recent academic study that suggests that a digital-first strategy might have been a mistake for the newspaper industry. Buttressed by copious mounds of data and a rigorous, sustained argument, the paper cracks open the … Continue reading

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