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Magazines, newspapers and radio say reports of their demise are greatly exaggerated

2009.10.04

For magazines, technology has been a foe as well as friend, panelists said.
  Advancements in printing have helped magazines get to newsstands faster, while e-reader devices stand to transform how publications reach audiences, said Mark Ford, president and group publisher at Time Inc., predicting that an e-reader that would be a "game-changer for the magazine industry" was only 18 months away

 
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News Corp swings to Q4 loss but poised to return to profit

2009.08.15

News Corp., reporting a quarterly loss, plans to charge for online news across its many media outlets. "Quality journalism is not cheap," says Murdoch. He adds that he is irked by News Corp.'s revenue cut from Amazon's Kindle device.

 
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How to Save Your Newspaper

2009.06.04

 
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Newspaper Chiefs Seek to Monetize Content

2009.06.01

Shhhh. Newspaper Publishers Are Quietly Holding a Very, Very Important Conclave Today. Will You Soon Be Paying for Online Content

 
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Murdoch: Newspapers Will Look Differen

2009.06.01

Newspapers in the future may look very different, says News Corp. chief Rupert Murdoch. "Instead of an analog product printed on paper, you may get it on a panel which will be mobile and updated every hour or two." Also: Free content online is "going to stop."

 
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Newspaper Ad Revenue Could Fall as Much as 30%

2009.05.02

NEWSPAPER advertising, already in its worst slump since the Depression, suffered by far the sharpest drop in generations during the first quarter of 2009, down 30 percent for some papers, industry executives and analysts say.

 
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E-Reading Devices May Help Newspapers

2009.02.17

The growing popularity of electronic books could offer hope for newspapers

 
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Wanted: survival strategies for dying US newspapers

2009.02.17

The fate of US newspapers is in the news as journalists, editors, bloggers, media pundits and concerned citizens debate the future of the troubled industry.

 
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SanomaWSOY Profit Falls on Lower Newsstand Sales

2008.08.12

July 31 (Bloomberg) -- SanomaWSOY Oyj, the Nordic region's largest publicly traded media company, said second-quarter profit fell 33 percent on lower tabloid sales and because it had gains from selling land and a Dutch magazine title a year earlier.
Net income slipped to 64.4 million euros ($101 million) from 95.8 million euros a year earlier, the Helsinki-based company said today in a statement. Revenue advanced 3.4 percent to 769.8 million euros. Analysts in a Bloomberg survey had predicted profit of 72 million euros on sales of 774 million euros.
 
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Being tarred as media annoys Reed chief

2008.08.03

Sir Crispin Davis confessed to growing irritation at being tarred with the same brush as media groups exposed to weakening advertising budgets as Reed Elsevier’s chief executive unveiled resilient interim results.

 
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