Jennifer Saba

NYT Still Undecided on Pay Wall

For those who question why The New York Times Co. has not yet made a decision on paid content, Martin Nisenholtz had an answer Tuesday. The company’s senior vice president […]

McClatchy Launches Digital Kindle Editions

The McClatchy Co. announced today—on Facebook—that five of its papers are now available on the Kindle: The Sacramento (Calif.) Bee, The Charlotte (N.C.) Observer, the Ft. Worth Star-Telegram in Texas, […]

Report: Growth Stalls at Top News Sites in October

Many of the top global news and current events Web sites lost unique users in October because of difficult year-over-year comparisons. However, two sites within the top five gained uniques […]

Fas-Fax: Steep Declines in Papers’ Circ

Circulation at many of the country’s largest newspapers continued a steep slide as the Audit Bureau of Circulations (ABC) released the latest figures for the six months ending September 2009 […]

NYT Co. Pulls ‘Globe’ Off Market

The New York Times Co. announced it is retaining The Boston Globe but is still seeking buyers for the Worcester (Mass.) Telegram & Gazette, the company disclosed in a Securities […]

HuffPost Outdoes WaPo in Uniques Online

Yahoo, CNN and MSNBC still topped the chart, but in one surprising shift The Huffington Post surpassed in unique users in the month of September, new data from Nielsen […]

Subscriber Churn Down Dramatically, NAA 

There is some good news to come out of massive declines in circulation, believe it or not. Subscriber churn — that is, the number of people who cancel their subscriptions […]

Top News Sites for Aug. — Yahoo Tops CNN, MSNBC, AOL, NYT

Only three newspaper groups made the top 10 current events Web sites in August, according to figures supplied by Nielsen Online. One of those sites is a stand-alone newspaper,, […]

NAA: Government Handouts Not Appropriate

The head of the newspaper industry’s largest association for publishers and executives told a congressional committee this morning that newspapers are not looking for government aid. John Sturm, the president […]

WSJ Unveils Paid Mobile Apps Plan

NEW YORK The Wall Street Journal has revealed the details of its strategy to start charging for mobile applications. News Corp. chief Rupert Murdoch earlier this week had said the […]