Back in the day, the Sunday newspaper was the proverbial hearth around which families spent their morning pulling the paper apart, section by section and enjoying the Sunday newspaper magazine, comics or oversized travel and entertainment sections. As the latest Audit Bureau of Circulations report shows, newspaper circulation is down with Sunday—once a cash cow [...]
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by Allen Weiner | October 26, 2009 | 3 Comments
by Allen Weiner | March 19, 2009 | Comments Off
After a delayed screening of “The Yes Men Fix the World” at SXSW, I was able to catch up with Mike Bonnano, one of the Yes Men, and ask him some questions about what’s next for the corporate pranksters as well as film funding issues. While not a prank, one of the memorable scenes in [...]
by Allen Weiner | September 18, 2008 | Comments Off
A few scary signs that newspapers looking to the Web for salvation (and money) are finding bumps in that road: 1. McClatchy cuts 16 employees. Company sites soft ad market2. Newspaper online ad revenue is down 2.4% in Q2 compared to 2007. Here’s the report from the Newspaper Association of America on Poynter.org On the [...]