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-- McClatchy Adds Washington State Newsrooms to its West Region Led by Lauren Gustus and Names Steve Coffman Editor of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram --
-- New Regional Structure for News Announced --
Agreement Brings Dealers in All McClatchy Markets into Cars.com's Direct Sales Channel
-- Collaboration with Arizona State University, the Facebook Journalism Project and the News Integrity Initiative --
Revenue at the paper is up 6.8% year to date over 2016 -- largely due to 2.5 million digital subscribers. The good news for the Times: It is retaining those new subscribers a year after they signed up.
Digital First Media, the biggest cost cutter in the newspaper industry, may have just eliminated its CEO position with the departure of Steve Rossi.
The Times' daily news podcast is more than a hit. It's a franchise in the making, paving the way for a new text-and-audio digital business future.
New CEO Ross Levinsohn hires Forbes' Lewis D'Vorkin and former Yahoo exec Mickie Rosen as Levinsohn now assumes wide responsibility for reshaping Tronc's 10 digital properties.
Here's what you need to know now.
Newspaper publishers just send a cease and desist letter to Lexis Nexis.
Big news publishers say the burgeoning business of 'media monitoring' generates billions off their content -- and they want a cut.
Tribune Media, TV station operator Tenga Inc. and newspaper group McClatchy Co. are also owners and will retain a minority stake in the portal.
The famed value investor offers an ominous forecast for U.S. newspapers, predicting that only The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal are likely to survive the digital revolution.
Donald Trump continues to berate 'the media,' further fueling a rebound in newspaper stocks.
The New York Times and Donald Trump traded barbs recently amid debate over campaign coverage while shares of the publisher continue to enjoy a post-election bounce.
What can the newspaper publishers, whose M&A talks recently ended, do to improve their businesses?
Voracious and efficient, Gannett was anathema to journalists of a previous generation. But for Tribune's editors and reporters, the company may look more like a savior.
Tribune Publishing has struggled to grow after being split from its broadcast properties, while Gannett has had bright spots since its own split.
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