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NYT Magazine to Trim Size

The New York Times Magazine, considered the top revenue producer of newspaper Sunday magazines and often ranking among the best ad revenue magazines in the country, is cutting its size…

AP Offering Employee Buyouts

The Associated Press is quietly offering buyouts that include $500 for each year of service and increased pension benefits to several hundred veteran employees, according to AP and a News…

NYT Close to Paid Online Content Plan

The New York Times is reportedly close to deciding on some kind of paid-Web strategy, the New York Observer reported today.The paper states that Executive Editor Bill Keller told staffers…

NYT Launches Online 'Wire' Service

If scrolling down The New York Times Web site for the latest news or awaiting its twice-daily e-mails is not enough, the paper now offers something even more immediate: a…

Philly.com President Picked Up by Comcast Sports

Philly.com president Eric Grilly, who has run the Web site for the Philadelphia Daily News and Philadelphia Inquirer for two years, is leaving to become executive vice president and chief…

Boston Globe Guild Deal Weeks Away?

The tentative agreement between The Boston Globe and the Newspaper Guild, reached in the early morning hours today, may not be voted on for several weeks, according to a union…

Boston Globe Reaches Pact With Six Unions, Pressures Guild

The Boston Globe has reached agreement on concessions with six of its seven unions, according to a statement issued Monday, which puts some blame on the Newspaper Guild for not…

New USA Today Editor: Innovate Like Hell

With nearly 27 years at USA Today -- dating back to its first issue -- John Hillkirk has put in his time in order to become editor, a post he…

Baltimore Sun in Midst of Editor Bloodbath

The Baltimore Sun officially reported on its cutback of 61 staffers this week, including some 18 top and middle editors. In a story Thursday the paper described the move as…

USA Today Publisher: Paid Web Content a Possibility

Fresh from implementing a major shake-up at Detroit's two major dailies--which cutback home delivery under his watch--David Hunke is ready to make major changes at USA Today if need be.Named…

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