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Work november 25, 2013

New York Times To Launch Video-Only Site

Paper announces online initiatives and introduces video site.

Mobile november 5, 2013

Why The Financial Times Is Succeeding When Other Papers Are Failing

The publication's print sales are profitable and total circulation is at 125-year high.

Design & Architecture october 9, 2013

Financial Times Will Begin Printing A Single Global Edition

Decision by the editor may be a step toward becoming a digital-only publication.

Work june 7, 2013

A Look At The Life Of The Man Who Invented Public Relations

Basil Clarke, famous British journalist of the 20th century, is credited with being the father of public relations.

Arts & Culture january 2, 2013

Will Paywalls Finally Win Out In The US?

More and more American publications are charging for access to online content, even though users are resisting.

Cities november 20, 2012

Major News Organizations Adopt Live Blogging As New Format

The medium gets 300% more views than traditional online articles as people in offices like to read 'bite-sized nuggets' for breaking news stories.

Technology july 31, 2012

How The Financial Times Successfully Made The Digital Transition

The paper reports that its digital subscribers have exceeded its print buyers. Chief Executive, John Ridding, shares his thought on why.

Advertising june 7, 2012

Will U.S. Newspapers Survive The Latest Dip In Online Advertising?

Print ads still account for 35% of revenue for The New York Times Company, but legacy media can't catch a break as digital revenue growth slows for the fifth consecutive quarter.

Syndicated may 21, 2012

Local Paper’s Scatch ‘N Sniff Edition Smells Like Freshly Baked Bread

The daily Grimsby Telegraph puts patches that smell like baking dough into the pages of their publication.


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