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Could the moves presage the major rollup that’s been increasingly talked about in America’s now-in-play, ever-struggling daily newspaper industry?
America’s most hated newspaper company wants to bring its special brand of cost-cutting and newsroom-gutting to about 100 more cities.
From paywalls to politics, pipes companies to public radio, the Post to The Post, podcasting to partnerships, and the press to a president.
Tribune Publishing wants to sell at a higher price, but it will likely have trouble finding someone willing to pay it.
There seems to be some momentum among those with deep pockets to address the local news crisis. But if that money appears, where should it be directed?
Its new Wirecutter Money vertical is the Times’ latest attempt to broaden its revenue base beyond its core news product.
It is increasingly the tech stack of choice for major news publishers. But now Arc wants to be the backbone of your digital advertising and subscriptions, too.
The press is, at its best, the strong and steady hand at keeping the public informed. No surprise, it is the twin Watergate-tested news institutions of The New York Times and The Washington Post that continue to lead that informing.
The newspaper tariffs are dead. How big a difference will that make to those whose businesses still depends on dead trees?
Rupert Murdoch owning the New York Daily News? A McCormick controlling the Chicago Tribune again? The L.A. Times pulling a Washington Post, aiming to run the industry’s underlying infrastructure? A lot of change is coming soon.