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Articles tagged McClatchy (71)

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?
“Ultimately, consolidation is just a mop-up strategy — one that simply squeezes out the final remaining profits before the lights are turned out.” Martin Langeveld
Technology is aiding reporting at both the high and the low ends of the business.
Content produced by news companies is increasingly being sent down new paths — from the new advertorial to repurposing old archives.
A new wave of financial optimism is hitting some corners of the newspaper industry. But there’s still plenty of reason to hesitate.
Instead of a wave of consolidation, the former newspaper publisher argues, JRC’s bankruptcy could be a way for the newspaper industry’s biggest outside investor to continue to exit it. Martin Langeveld
Plus: Two new studies on digital news consumption, the news outsourcing debate, and the rest of the week’s media and tech talk.
As Google tries to assemble its advertising programs into a coherent package, publishers are facing a familiar dilemma: join up with Goliath or compete against it.
Pew says around 150 U.S. dailies have digital subscription models, but AP reports 300 newspapers with paywalls.
Look past Righthaven-related fears, Martin Langeveld argues, and you’ll see the possibilities NewsRight might afford in enabling and automating new ways of redistributing content.