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Britain's eurosceptic press cries Brexit freedom

London - Gleeful Brexit-backing newspapers raised a toast Wednesday to Britain's serving notice on its EU membership, while their continental European counterparts struck a tone of lament, with one insisting "it's not too late" to think again.

Man buys 1000 newspapers to hide DUI story, which appears online

The owner of an upstate New York newspaper said a man bought hundreds of copies of newspapers to keep people from reading about his drunk driving arrest. However, the story was published online, too.

Canadian newspaper publishers discuss how to make news pay Special

Toronto - It's been a grim few weeks for Canadian newspapers, so the Canadian Journalism Foundation's latest talk, "Spotlight on Publishers: The Challenge of Making News Pay," was a very timely one.

Op-Ed: Journalism thrives off the Internet

Ask anyone today whether they think journalism is dead and their answer will depend on what medium they prefer to find their news. Most people today likely get much of their news online.

The New York Times delivers 13th consecutive quarterly loss

The New York Times Company delivered another quarterly loss - its 13th consecutive quarterly decline - citing an extra week in 2012 and investments the company made in 2013.

The Washington Post Company becomes the Graham Holdings Company

The Washington Post Company, having sold the Washington Post newspaper and digital concern to Amazon's Jeff Bezos, announced its new name on Monday.

Op-Ed: What do The New York Times' losses tell us about good journalism?

The New York Times just posted its 12th consecutive quarterly advertising revenue decline, claiming a "complex and fragmented" market is to blame — but is it something else?

Censorship in Turkey Special

Istanbul - Turkish Prime Minister Erdogan receives support from powerful Fetullah Gulen and his media empire even as he censors the news in Turkey.

Paywalls or not, newspapers to see revenue declines through 2017

With the Washington Post implementing a paywall on their flagship digital property next week, a report from PricewaterhouseCoopers suggests paywalls will not stop revenue declines at newspapers.

Postmedia extends paywall to all newspapers

Following in the footsteps of other newspapers across North America, such as the New York Times, Postmedia Inc. announced that it was expanding its paywall to all of its newspapers.

Op-Ed: The European Union through the eyes of leading newspapers

Six Leading European newspapers jointly produce a supplement every half year with detailed analysis and perspectives concerning developments and problems within the European Union. Issue 4 deals with the dwindling public support for the EU.

Koch brothers thinking about buying newspapers across U.S.

Billionaire funders of the Tea Party, the Koch brothers, have reportedly expressed interest in buying several newspapers across the United States.

Private newspapers return to Burma

Authorities in Burma granted approval for 16 daily newspapers, and one of them is run by opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi's party.

Newspapers discover successful business models through innovation Special

The Pew Research Center for Excellence in Journalism (PEJ) released a ground-breaking study about the newspaper industry. Within the report, four different American newspapers found innovative ways to discover potential business models.

Iranian journalists arrested for 'consorting with hostile media'

Tehran - Fourteen Iranian journalists have been placed under arrest by government officials for reportedly "consorting with hostile foreign news media".

Myanmar to allow publication of private daily newspapers

As part of its wide-ranging democratic reforms, the new government of Myanmar will start accepting applications from publishers who want to go into newspaper business starting February 2013.

Google threatens to stop linking to French media websites

Internet search giant Google is threatening to exclude French media sites from returned search results if France goes ahead with a proposed law which would force search engines to pay for content.

No news from Greece as journalists rally prior to general strike

Athens - A news blackout was experienced on Wednesday as journalists walked off the job for 24 hours, just one day before the general strike in Greece.

Journal Register Co. files for Chapter 11

The American newspaper conglomerate Journal Register Co. is filing for bankruptcy once again, after it did the same in 2009.

Traditional news media failing Canadians: Report

Toronto - A majority of citizens are still looking to traditional news media to get their information on the political pulse of the nation. But there is a big problem: They are not getting what they’re searching for.

'Fit to Print' co-producer Nancy Wolfe talks about the new film Special

Featured in articles by Digital Journal, Politico, Huffington Post and more, the new documentary film "Fit to Print" is starting to generate more and more buzz around the news-media world.

Documentary: 'Fit to Print' takes a hard look at news media today

"Fit to Print" is a documentary film which chronicles the struggles faced by many traditional print reporters as readership drops and jobs are lost.

Postmedia makes changes to Sunday newspapers, paywall access

Toronto - Postmedia Network Canada, the publisher of the largest chain of Canadian big-city daily newspapers, continues to struggle. The company announced Monday that it will be making several revisions to its business model.

Postmedia makes changes to Sunday newspapers, paywall access

Toronto - Postmedia Network Canada, the publisher of the largest chain of Canadian big-city daily newspapers, continues to struggle. The company announced Monday that it will be making several revisions to its business model.

Study: Newspapers losing $7 in print for every $1 earned online

Washington - According to a new study by the Pew Research Center’s Project for Excellence in Journalism, newspapers in the United States lose $7 in print revenue for every dollar earned in digital revenue. Will a new business model appear?

New-times for Sun-Times: Chicago's No.2 newspaper is sold

Chicago - Chicago's second best-selling newspaper Sun-Times has been sold to a local investor group in a deal valued at more than $20 million.

Russian newspaper fires managers over anti-Putin remarks

A Russian oligarch decided to fire the senior management at a well-known leading publisher who printed material insulting Vladimir Putin.

The Wall Street Journal tops US newspaper circulation ranking

The Wall Street Journal, a US-based newspaper published by Dow Jones & Company, has topped the list of the most-circulated newspapers in America with a reported average circulation of 2,096,169 copies on weekdays.

Area man notices The Onion is now in Toronto

Toronto - The Onion and the A.V. Club expand beyond the United States for the first time. And Toronto is the market destination of choice.

Two newspapers taken over by Beijing's propaganda bureau

Beijing - When two prominent Beijing capital newspapers are taken over by the Beijing Communist Party, critics view it as a major blow for democracy and a huge move toward propaganda censorship.
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