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Articles tagged Belo (16)

love-money
Ken Doctor    
For decades, newspapers moved from local ownership to nationwide chains. Now, the shift is in the other direction — with the help of your friendly neighborhood billionaire.
cars-com-screenshot
Ken Doctor    
Newspaper companies made a smart move in the 1990s investing in online auto classifieds. Is selling it off a short-term gain for long-term pain?
los-angeles-times-building
Ken Doctor    
Media companies are racing to spin off their declining print businesses. Unfortunately, the way they’re doing so could drag them down further.
printing-press-cc
Ken Doctor    
The dead-tree business has seen better days, sure. But for some publishers, print is an increasingly powerful part of their revenue strategies.
broken-tribune
Ken Doctor    
Was yesterday’s announced Tribune split into broadcast and newspaper companies a way to avoid the Koch brothers, a way to harvest tax savings, or something else?
a-bunch-of-zeros-cc
Ken Doctor    
At America’s top newspaper, the revenue decline has — for now, at least — stopped. But what do the trend lines tell us about how the Times will look in 2016?
news-corp-logo-broken-split
Ken Doctor    
If Murdoch’s empire cleaves in two, his newspapers will no longer be able to count on the latest blockbuster to disguise their financial woes.
piano
Ken Doctor    
The Slovakian startup’s model may not be a perfect fit for the United States, but all news publishers could learn from its ideas about scarcity.
recession
Ken Doctor    
All those unfriendly trends facing newspaper companies? Expect them to accelerate.
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Eric Newton