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How newspaper publishers can take on Silicon Valley duopoly

PRESIDENT TRUMP’S HARANGUES against the “failing New York Times” and other newspapers, including this one, are troubling. The deep, daily reporting that only newspapers can muster has never felt so vital, and any White House effort to undermine it bears close watching.


International book fair opens in New Delhi

NDWBF 2018 starts from January 6 and will continue till January 14, for more information visit the official website of the event,


Extensive program for 25th Minsk International Book Fair

The lone publisher who was supposed to represent Pakistan at the ongoing 26th annual New Delhi World Book Fair didn't turn up at the event.


Irish Media Market Set to Decline Again in 2018 According to GroupM Forecasts

The Irish media industry should be bracing itself for another difficult year in 2018 with total media spend by advertisers forecast to fall to €719m according to GroupM. This compares to the estimated outturn of €722m in 2017 and represents a 0.4% decrease year-on-year.


Newspapers' bad news in U.S. gets worse, courtesy of trade spat

Rising newsprint prices and a trade spat with Canada over paper may force newsprint prices higher and force some daily newspapers to cut publication days or fold, industry leaders say. Tennessee state Rep. Jason Powell, D-Nashville, reads a newspaper in April. Mark Humphrey AP BUSINESSAs if the U.S. newspaper business didn’t have enough trouble coping with decades of lost readers and advertising dollars, an escalating trade dispute with Canada is poised to make every edition cost a lot more to publish.