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"Digital First Media's John Paton on newspapers and paywalls" via @paidContent
"Newspapers in print are clearly going away. I think you're an idiot if you think that's not happening"
RT @stevebuttry: "I love newspapers. But they don't love me anymore." Great interview by @adrienneLaF w/ @jxpaton about #DigitalFirst:
RT @JohnMLatimer: @stevebuttry Local television news websites were/are best poised for Internet but so reliant on newspapers they haven't pivoted.
RT @kdoctor: Newsonomics: US newspaper industry officially down 35% from its revenue height, according to new NAA study.
Ken Doctor on the newspaper industry report: "Been Down So Long Looks Like Up to Publishers" via @sharethis
RT @rajunarisetti: Newspapers world over yet to figure out a good way for obits UGC @kate_day: We have closed comments about Baroness Thatcher out of respect.
RT @johnmcquaid: Paywalls have brought newspaper circulation revenue back up to where it was in 2007 via @mathewi
time to celebrate! newspaper industry revenues only fell by 2 percent in 2012!
endorsed RT @blakehounshell: Buzzfeed writers' headshots should be animated GIFs, like that newspaper in Harry Potter.
RT @Edgecliffe: Newspapers – we'll miss them when they're gone @stefanstern on the enduring power of the front page
RT @jayrosen_nyu: "You just can't use the newspaper to keep up any longer. And you can't use live blogging to make sense of anything."
RT @romenesko: Absurd terms of service: Hearst newspapers say readers under 18 aren't allowed to access their websites.
"The Orange County Register's new owners want to reinvent newspapers from the ground up" tip @mediagazer
fascinating -- a bunch of Syrian newspapers have started up to try and provide unbiased news about the war:
Irony much? The biggest proponents of the print newspaper business have never owned or even worked for a newspaper:
the new owners of the Orange County Register have been pouring money into their newspaper -- Eric Spitz tells me why:
new from me: "The Orange County Register's new owners want to reinvent newspapers from the ground up"
The Atlantic has updated its "newspapers delivered by drones" post to note that it got April Fooled:
RT @leshinton: Promising "slow journalism" > @NewspaperWorld: Online 'newspaper' raises €1 mill from future subscribers in 8 days
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