Circulation figures for US newspapers released Monday provided another dose of bad news for an industry that has seen a wave of bankruptcies, closures and cutbacks in newsrooms across the country.
An improved advertising climate helped USA Today owner Gannett Co. double its quarterly net profit Friday as credit rating agency Moody's changed its outlook for the newspaper sector to stable from negative.
US newspaper advertising revenue plunged more than 27 percent last year, with both print and online registering double-digit declines, the Newspaper Association of America said.
US companies will spend more this year on digital and online advertising and marketing than on print for the first time ever, according to a study released on Monday.
Just two months after it was launched, The Miami Herald is ending a program asking online readers to make a contribution to support the newspaper.
Top New York Times executives expressed confidence Friday that a plan to start charging readers of the newspaper's website from next year will not result in a significant loss of traffic.
A study of the use of US newspaper stories on the Web has found that more than 75,000 websites reused content from newspapers without authorization during a 30-day period.
Microsoft has held talks with Rupert Murdoch's News Corp over a possible plan for the software giant to pay the media company to remove its news websites from Google, a report said Monday.
(AP) -- Newsday will start charging some readers $5 per week for access to its Web site beginning next Wednesday, a move many newspapers have been contemplating but few have yet to try for fear of driving readers away.
(AP) -- After bogging down in the recession, Internet advertising is regaining the momentum that has made it the decade's most disruptive marketing machine.