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Big news brings only tiny returns for publishers

The sudden election victory and chaotic early days of Donald Trump’s presidency have been a boon for newspaper publishers, which have reported sharp rises in subscriptions.


Why newspaper subscriptions are on the rise

So much for the death of the newspaper industry. A recent Nielsen Scarborough study found that more than 169 million U.S. adults now read newspapers every month, in print, online or mobile. That’s almost 70 percent of the population.   


Kenya orders private media advertising boycott

Kenya's Government has announced a ban on state advertising in commercial media in the country, a move intended to cut costs.


Non-profit launches to assist, promote Kazakh-language journalists

More than 70 people attended the Feb. 11 first meeting of the Kazakh-speaking Professional Journalists public association, during which the group identified the key work areas, brainstormed on the priority activities, outlined the action plan for this year and discussed the scope of work. The organisers presented the participants with membership certificates.


Ruling on recovery of over $6,000 from RBC, journalists in favor of Rosneft reversed

The Ninth Commercial Court of Appeals on Wednesday overturned a lower court’s ruling ordering Russian news outlet RBC and several its journalists to pay Rosneft oil company 390,000 rubles (over $6,000) in libel damages, RAPSI learnt from the court.