Tag: newspapers

  • The Changing Newsroom [journalism.org]

    Key Findings of the 2008 The Changing Newsroom study: The majority of newspapers are now suffering cutbacks in staffing, and even more in the amount of news, or newshole, they offer the public. The forces buffeting the industry continue to affect larger metro newspapers to a far greater extent than smaller ones. In some cases, […]

  • Just $3.6B: Total value of 10 news stocks [newsosaur]

    Quote from Reflections of a Newsosaur: Just $3.6B: Total value of 10 news stocks (via Buzzmachine): At today’s close, the total decline in value of the dozen newspaper shares trading since the first of the year was nearly $27.7 billion, a plunge of 35.7% in 6½ months. This calculation does not include the shares of […]

  • Newspapers gone wild – Behavioral targeting protected by first amendment

    Saul Hansell (via his NYT Bits blog) brought my attention to the fact that the Newspaper Association of America joined (PDF) the slew of parties commenting publicly on the FTCs “Online Behavioral Advertising Privacy Principles” (Longer PDF Version). I’m pretty sure that they added a new twist in the discussion by argumenting that behavioral targeting […]