The New York Times Co. released its first figures on Thursday since it began charging for full access to NYTimes.com, saying it has signed up more than 100,000 paid subscribers in three weeks.
The Washington Post Co. launched a news aggregation website on Wednesday called "Trove" that allow readers to customize the news around their interests.
USA Today publisher Gannett said Monday that net profit fell 23 percent in the first quarter as a double-digit boost in digital revenue failed to make up for a continued print advertising slide.
Journalism Online, a company started two years ago to help newspapers and magazines collect revenue from online readers, was sold on Thursday to Chicago-based printing firm RR Donnelley.
(AP) -- USA Today, a newspaper created nearly 30 years ago to appeal to people who grew up watching television, is revising its formula to try to counter the Internet's threat to its survival.
Four years after pulling the plug on an attempt to charge readers on the Web, The New York Times is going to try again.
The New York Times unveiled plans Thursday to begin charging for full access to its website in a move that will be closely watched by other newspapers looking to boost online revenue.
(AP) -- Newspaper advertising in the U.S. has sunk to a 25-year low as marketing budgets followed readers to the Internet, where advertising is far cheaper than what publishers have been able to command in print.
The New York Times said Wednesday that it is in the "final testing phase" of its plan to charge readers for full access to the newspaper's website and will start doing so soon.
The Washington Post Company reported Wednesday profit fell in the final quarter of 2010 as its newspaper division struggles with growing online competition.