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Survey: Staff Cuts Hurting Coverage, Say News Execs

Nearly three-quarters of U.S. newspaper executives responding to a recent survey said their ability to inform readers has diminished with their steadily shrinking staffs.The survey conducted by the Associated Press…

2009 EPpy Award Winners Announced

The winners of the 2009 EPpy Awards, the competition sponsored by Editor & Publisher and Mediaweek magazines, were announced this afternoon during a luncheon ceremony during the annual Interactive Newspaper…

Gannett Forms Digital Ad Network

Gannett is formally grouping its Web sites and forming an advertising network to be known as the Digital Media Network, representing more than 100 digital communities including USAToday.com and the…

'Sun-Times' Asks, 'Did You Know?'

CHICAGO The Chicago Sun-Times, likely to be placed on the auction block soon, has launched a promotional campaign centered around research showing it is the best-read daily inside the city…

Site 'Super-Serves' College Bowl Coverage

CHICAGO Cox Newspapers' Dayton Daily News in Ohio and Cox Communications' New Orleans-based Cox Sports Television (CST) have launched a Web site intended to "super-serve" fans of Ohio State University…

'NYT' Ends Pay Policy on Web Site

NEW YORK The Web site of The New York Times is ending its practice of walling off part of its offerings in a pay channel, TimesSelect.The shift to fully free…

WSJ.com Launches 'Tech Diary' Podcast

NEW YORK The Wall Street Journal Online said it would launch a new, regular video podcast, "Andy Jordan's Tech Diary." WSJ.com technology reporter Andy Jordan chronicles the (often odd) stories…

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