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Editor & Publisher Sold, Resumes Operations

Editor & Publisher, the only independent news organization reporting on all aspects of the transforming newspaper business, has resumed publication in print and online following its sale Thursday to Duncan […]

‘Seattle Times’ Partners with Local News Sites

The Seattle Times has announced a partnership with local news sites as part of a project funded by American Univeristy’s J-Lab. The Times is one of five newspapers participating in […]

Boston Globe, Guild Agree on Contract

Shortly before midnight, it emerged that the largest guild at the paper and the Boston Globe had agreed to a new contract that hammers out $10 million in cuts while […]

Chicago Tribune Mag Ceasing Weekly Publication

The Chicago Tribune Magazine is ceasing as a weekly publication after July 28, as part of a series of changes to the Sunday paper. In a note to readers, Tribune […]

GM: No Ad Spend Cutback During Bankruptcy

General Motors has signaled that it will not radically cut back on its advertising budget because it is in bankruptcy. In a development reported Monday by The Wall Street Journal, […]

Curley: AP to Lower Fees Again; Looks to Gain Web Rev.

The Associated Press hopes to negotiate more lucrative licensing deals with major Web sites while mining new revenue from advertisers and readers as the 163-year-old news cooperative adapts to Internet-driven […]

Potential Buyers Emerge for Boston Globe

The Boston Globe reports that three area businessmen, including a member of the family that once owned the newspaper, have emerged as possible buyers. The paper reported Friday that those […]

Latest Developments From Boston Globe/NYT Co.

A letter purportedly sent to Arthur Sulzberger Jr., chairman of The New York Times Company, and signed only from “Concerned Reporters at The Boston Globe,” asks that he take a […]

NYT Co., ‘Globe’ Play Rough as Dispute Rages On

NEW YORK The Boston Newspaper Guild, the Boston Globe’s largest union, narrowly rejected a package of major concessions that included $10 million in wage and benefit cuts, the Globe reported […]

Boston Globe Guild Votes ‘No’; Now What?

The Boston Newspaper Guild, the Globe’s largest union, narrowly rejected a package of major concessions that included $10 million in wage and benefit cuts, the Globe reported on its Web […]