In the eighth of our roundtable discussions on the future of the news media, representatives of the alternative newsweekly industry survey the changes facing these once comfortably niched papers.
Can the ’Dead Tree’ Newspaper Survive?
In this, the third of the Pew Project for Excellence in Journalism roundtables on the future of the news media, six experts from inside the newspaper industry discuss its future, its fate, and the changes it must make to survive.
Online Papers Modestly Boost Newspaper Readership
Challenges to the Newspaper Industry
In the third of our roundtables on the future of the news media, industry experts analyze the health of the newspaper business and offer their ideas on what it can and should do to survive.
The Tribune Co. Controversy
Members of the Chandler family are pushing the Tribune Company to sell off some of its media assets. Tribune is pushing back. PEJ looks at the dispute.
The city’s two dailies have been sold to a group of local businessmen for $562 million. PEJ offers a look at the deal’s history, players and impact.
Last Call at the ASNE Saloon
Text of a speech Carroll, the former editor of the Los Angeles Times, gave at the 2006 ASNE Convention in Seattle, Washington, on April 26, 2006.
The Knight Ridder Sale and the Outlook for Newspapers
The enduring cynicism over the Knight Ridder sale has a hollow sound. The events set in motion by the McClatchy Company’s purchase can spark a chain reaction (so to speak) that would bring something close to the new economic model journalists have been wishing for.
A new PEJ study takes an in-depth look at tabloids and compares them to traditional broadsheet newspapers.
Box Scores and Bylines
A new PEJ study finds sports newspaper fronts markedly different from other section fronts.
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