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.
(AP) -- Hoping to boost revenue, MySpace Music has begun experimenting with audio advertisements that users must hear before listening to music for free online.
US book publishers are smiling again, after years of watching digital versions of their titles sell for below what they thought they were worth.
Buoyed by a box office hit in "Avatar" and better-than-expected profits, News Corp.'s Rupert Murdoch has predicted a rosy future for content companies such as his media and entertainment giant.
News Corp. said Saturday it had reached a 500-million-dollar settlement over lawsuits filed by Valassis Communications Inc. against a division of Rupert Murdoch's entertainment and media giant.
Nearly half of the users of Google News skim the headlines at the news aggregator site without clicking through to newspaper websites, according to a survey released on Tuesday.
(AP) -- The Wall Street Journal and the New York Post are offering exclusive subscription deals through the latest electronic reader from Sony Corp.
(AP) -- The federal government is wading into deliberations over the future of journalism.
A British newspaper group started charging for online content on Monday in a groundbreaking experiment which will be closely watched by an industry battling falling advertising revenues.
Is Rupert Murdoch bluffing? Making a bold high-stakes gamble that will save the troubled newspaper industry? Or pursuing a pipe dream that can only end in failure?