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You get what you pay for: The Times on the economics of online news

The consensus among publishers is people value news but their willingness to pay for it is low. To crack this conundrum, The Times has not only got better at articulating its value but is placing greater significance on better serving the readers that care about its news, instead of chasing scale.


Pittsburgh Post-Gazette nixes newspaper home delivery it deems 'too costly'

The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette will stop delivering copies of its newspaper to at least some Westmoreland County home subscribers and retail customers starting April 1.


Inside the strange symbiosis between independent booksellers and publishers

It may sound like a headline from The Onion, but the craziest thing about it is that it’s true: “Local bookseller buys out tech firm next door.” That’s how Anne Hollander describes what’s happening in Dallas, Texas, where Deep Vellum Books is set to expand into a neighboring space at some point in the next three months. Even crazier is that the bookstore is the successful outgrowth of a relatively new small publishing house.


Russian parliament orders probe of U.S. media in Moscow

Russia's parliament has called for an investigation into U.S. media operating in its country in response to what it says are attacks on Russian media in the U.S, particularly state-funded broadcaster RT News.


Looking to combine print and digital, New York Times will embed reporters’ tweets in their print edition

The battle between print and digital media has led to countless opinions and discourses on social media, with Twitter being the ringleader. And even with the world is slowly turning digital, there still exists a dedicated print user-base, happy to ritually pick up newspapers from outside their doors every morning and read it over breakfast.