USA Today said Thursday it was eliminating 60 to 70 jobs as the large daily responds to declining print circulation and ad revenues.
The game of survival is on for newspapers, as USA Today owner Gannett on Tuesday became the most recent major media entity to say it will divide its print and broadcast divisions into separate companies.
The online classified service Craigslist has cost US newspapers at least $5 billion in revenue since 2000, researchers say.
USA Today publisher Gannett Co. announced Thursday it was buying Belo Corp. and its 20 television stations for $2.2 billion, its latest step towards becoming a "diversified multi-media company."
The New York Times, boosted by gains in digital readers, rose to the number two spot among US daily newspapers in a sector still struggling with falling print circulation, industry figures showed Tuesday.
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US daily newspapers gained online readers over the past six months, but not enough to make up for declining print circulation, industry data showed Tuesday.
Online music service Pandora isn't sweating over recent media reports that Apple is developing a similar offering tailored to personalized music tastes.
USA Today is overhauling its paper and digital editions for the second time in less than two years.