This year, we'll see TV set free from the television
The publication's print sales are profitable and total circulation is at 125-year high.
The publishing divison is moving from print to web to mobile by creating content specifically for smartphone users.
Not even the smartest metered model can make up for meagre digital ad revenues and a failure to recruit younger readers.
Jimmy Wales says the plan to track all text, internet, and email use is 'technologically incompetent' and his site will encrypt all British connections if implemented.
HarperCollins's chief executive is about to launch an e-atlas – and, she says, that's not the only way the world is changing.
The search mogul acquires a vast digital archive of travel reviews, building on buy-out last year of the restaurant rating service.
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.
Smartphones will soon be the primary news source for most Americans. That's if anyone can still make money by reporting.