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Hearst Dailies Look to Charge for Some Web

Hearst Corp. plans to hold back at least some content from its newspapers’ free Web sites and appears to be on the verge of implementing a pay Web approach, according…

'Rocky' Road: Major Newspaper to Close

The Rocky Mountain News of Denver will be closed after a search for a buyer proved unsuccessful, the paper revealed in a Web story today."Today the Rocky Mountain News, long…

Five Major Newspapers to Share Content

A group of five major newspapers in New York and New Jersey are the latest to forge a content-sharing agreement that has already seen the trading of sports and news…

Washington Post Interactive Edit Board Project Launched

The Washington Post today launched a new interactive feature that it claims will allow readers “to engage with its editorial board through an online discussion group and a new Letters…

Tribune Serves Up The Syndicate

NEW YORK The Tribune Co. has launched The Syndicate, which it describes as "a new online multimedia content marketplace bringing the latest news, lifestyle stories and sports reports to visitors…

Tribune Launches Online 'Syndicate'

The Tribune Co. today announced the launch of “The Syndicate,” which it describes as "a new online multimedia content marketplace bringing the latest news, lifestyle stories and sports reports to…

Newspapers Get Boost From Inauguration

Newspapers that saw skyrocketing demand for extra copies after Election Day were a bit more prepared today for an expected boost from Barack Obama's inauguration, with numerous dailies increasing their…

Gannett Implements Weeklong, Unpaid Furloughs

Gannett is implementing a long-rumored furlough program that will require most U.S. employees to take a week off without pay.Gannett CEO Craig Dubow announced the plan in a memo today,…

WaPo Names Two M.E.s

The Washington Post named Elizabeth Spayd and Raju Narisetti as managing editors of the paper Tuesday, noting both will report to executive editor Marcus W. Brauchli. Spayd is reportedly the…

Editorial Shakeup Hits Wash Times

A shakeup at The Washington Times has editorial page editor Deborah Simmons moving to the news department after about a year at the helm -- and all 12 editorial page…

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