Newspaper News Archives: Page 2

This is page 2 of the newspaper news archives.

Media General Exploring Sale of Newspapers (February 23, 2012): Media General has announced it is exploring a sale of its newspaper operations.

Philadelphia Media Network to Cut 37 Newsroom Jobs (February 18, 2012): The Philadelphia Media Network Inc.

Daily Mail Now Biggest Newspaper Website (January 28, 2012): The MailOnline, located at dailymail.

Baltimore Sun to Launch Paywall in October (September 24, 2011): The number of newspapers putting up paywalls continues to increase.

The Guardian Launches New U.S. Website (September 15, 2011): The Guardian has launched a new U.

The Boston Globe Launches Subscription-Only Website at (September 12, 2011): The Boston Globe announced that launch of a subscription-only website at BostonGlobe.

New York Press Folds, Lives on as Part of Our Town Downtown (August 31, 2011): Manhattan Media has ceased publication of the New York Press, an alternative newspaper.

Dallas Morning News Ceases Publication of Quick (August 19, 2011): The Dallas Morning News has ceased publication of Quick, a free entertainment tabloid.

Gannett Cuts 700 Jobs (June 23, 2011): Gannett is cutting 700 newspaper division employees according to a memo from Gannett US Community Publishing division president Bob Dickey to newspaper employees.

MailOnline Passes Huffington Post in Traffic (April 19, 2011): MediaWeek reports that new data from ComScore indicates the the MailOnline.

New York Times Implements Paywall (April 4, 2011): The New York Times paywall is now in place.

Sam Zell Sees a PDF Newspaper Future (July 14, 2010): Reuters reports that Sam Zell, Chairman and Chief Executive of Tribune Company, see PDF replacing the home delivery of newspapers. to Introduce Metered Plan (January 22, 2010): The New York Times has announced plans to start charging for content on its website at nytimes.

Editor & Publisher Returns Under New Ownership (January 17, 2010): Editor & Publisher, a leading media industry news source, has returned under new ownership after being closed by Nielsen in December.

Newsday Starts Charging $5 Weekly Fee (October 22, 2009): Newsday has announced that people who are not Optimum Online customers or Newsday customers will have to start paying a $5 weekly fee to access Newsday.

New York Times Cutting 100 Newsroom Jobs (October 19, 2009): The New York Times Media Decoder blog is reporting that the Times is cutting 100 newsroom jobs, about 8% of the total newsroom jobs.

Seattle Post-Intelligencer Goes Web Only (March 21, 2009): The Seattle Post-Intelligencer has moved entirely to the Internet.

New York Times Sells Front Page Ads (January 5, 2009): The recession is driving publishers to make significant changes.

Washington Post, Baltimore Sun to Share Content (December 27, 2008): Mediaweek reports that the Washington Post and the Tribune Co.

Christian Science Monitor to Cease Daily Print Edition (November 8, 2008): The Christian Science Monitor will be ending its 100-year-old daily print newspaper in April, 2009.