Category Archives: newspapers

TV, newspaper dominate in adspend in Chile: Zenith

Advertising expenditure is expected to grow by 2.1% from 2016 to 2017, with further growth of about 3% a year until 2019. Like the rest of Latin America, television is the primary medium in Chile, However, it has one of … Continue reading

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U.S. newspaper circulation holds steady as readers shift to digital

Newspaper circulation in the United States is staying the same, as readers shift from print to digital and even begin paying for online content, the latest Audit Bureau of Circulations numbers show.Circulation was about the same in the six months … Continue reading

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Telegraph unveils paywall outside UK

The Telegraph has launched a metered paywall for users accessing its website outside the United Kingdom, reported today.Users can access 20 articles for free each month before they must buy a subscription for £1.99 per month.More than two years … Continue reading

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Just published: Global Digital Media Trendbook 2012

Digital media around the world are an unstoppable force, both in burgeoning usage patterns and steeply rising revenues. The Global Digital Media Trendbook, in its seventh year, captures the trends in revenue and usage patterns for a variety of digital … Continue reading

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Google promotes AdWords in newspaper ad

Google, the Internet giant, recently released an ad in the Canadian newspaper, The Global and Mail, promoting its latest GoogleAdWords service. Ironically, Google AdWords served clients to place their ads on Google in order to attract more customers. This time … Continue reading

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Fairfax’s cuts reflect state of newspapers around the world

Australia’s Fairfax Media Ltd. is the latest newspaper publisher to cut print offerings and focus on digital. Many say the cuts will hurt editorial quality, but most agree that without the cuts, large publishers would go under. “All the world’s … Continue reading

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Polish and Australian news outlets to begin charging

Publishers in Poland are some of the latest to try charging users of news websites.Weekly news magazine Wprost will roll out its pay-as-you-go micropayments and a short-term metered subscription plan on Tuesday, while politics news magazine Polityka began charging in … Continue reading

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Mecom’s profit warning pushes share prices down

European newspaper publisher Mecom‘s share prices have plummeted 53 percent after issuing its second profits warning in the past month and a half. Its share price dropped by 78p to 68p – its lowest ever, MediaGuardianreported. The publisher, which has … Continue reading

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Digital ad sales slow at newspapers

Online advertising growth is grinding to a halt at newspapers, where many U.S. papers are cutting print and focusing on ramping up their digital offerings, Reuters reported Thursday.Digital ad revenue increased only 1 percent year-on-year in the first quarter at … Continue reading

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Vatican newspaper targets female readers

For the first time in its 150-year history, the Vatican’s newspaper is publishing a special section for women. L’Osservatore Romano‘s new monthly supplement, “Women, Church, World,” will be edited by women, aiming to “provid[e] information on the female condition, without … Continue reading

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