Friday, February 6, 2009

How to Save Your Newspaper

> McClatchy reports $21.7M loss in 4th-qtr on newspapers' decline, plans deep cost cuts

> McClatchy freezes pensions, announces plans for cutbacks
> McClatchy’s Pruitt: Considering whether paid online content pays
> Conde Nast replaces New Yorker publisher
> News Corp. loses $6.4 billion in 2Q; huge write-down of assets blamed
> News Corp posts biggest quarterly loss on writedown
> Times seeks more cuts; group urges P-I purchase
> Wall Street Journal cuts 14 newsroom positions
> Hearst newspapers management shake-up in '100 days of change' initiative
> Maine's highest court questions publication of legal notices
> Sarasota Herald-Tribune announces layoffs, circ cut
> A.H. Belo gives bonuses to managers just as it announces layoffs
> Morning News Publisher Discusses the "Unfortunate Coincidence" of Belo Bonuses and Charging for Online Content
> Plans for a one-newspaper town
> Disappearing newspapers
> Even St. Pete Times announces pay freeze, suspends 401-K contributions
> Gannett stock hits all-time low
> How Do We Say Goodbye? Sphere: Related Content

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