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Chicago Sun-Times Begins Selling Keepsake Cubs Magazine Today, a Must-Have for Cubs Fans

CHICAGO----It's been a long 100 years for patient Cubs fans, who have remained loyal and upbeat despite decades of heartbreak and pent-up hope. Finally, "next year" is now! To mark the occasion, the... | Business Wire via Yahoo! Finance – 2008-10-02

'Seattle Times' Receives Investigative Business Journalism Award

The Seattle Times was runner-up to BusinessWeek magazine in the second annual Barlett & Steele Awards for Investigative Business Journalism announced today by the Donald W. Reynolds National Center... | Editor And Publisher – 2008-10-01

So . . . I Guess Bloomberg Won't Be Buying The New York Times

This news will, at long last, put at least a temporary kibosh on the whole wacky notion that a post-Mayoral Michael Bloomberg might buy the New York Times. Some Bloomberg intimates took care to... | Business Week – 2008-10-01

State Supreme Court: Scranton 'Times-Tribune' Reporter Can Still Protect Source

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has ruled that a newspaper reporter can keep confidential the identity of a source used in a story about a grand jury investigation into alleged prison brutality. | Editor And Publisher – 2008-09-25

Newton, Former 'LA Times' Editorial Page Editor, Returns

"I would like to note that his decision to rejoin our enterprise, despite the demands of his book-writing career, is a vote of confidence in what we are trying to accomplish," Publisher Eddy... | Editor And Publisher – 2008-09-19

NY Times Co. ad sales down

Advertising sales at The New York Times Co.'s news media properties fell sharply in August, yet the latest numbers released Thursday suggested improvements for a company battered by a worsening U.S.... | International Herald Tribune – 2008-09-18

Belfast Media Group chief blasts Financial Times reporter

The normally impeccable reporting of the Financial Times's Irish correspondent John Murray Brown has received a broadside from Belfast Media Group chief Máirtín Ó Muilleoir | Guardian – 2008-09-17

LA Times workers sue parent co., CEO

A Los Angeles Times auto critic and five former newsroom employees sued the newspaper's parent company and its officers Tuesday, claiming that massive job cuts and other actions have damaged the... | International Herald Tribune – 2008-09-17

Sunday Times appoints News Review editor

Susannah Herbert, the Sunday Times literary editor, is to edit the paper's News Review section. By Ben Dowell | Guardian – 2008-09-17

Times Online to charge for archive access

Times Online will erect a paywall in front of its fledgling online archive service from Thursday. By Jemima Kiss | Guardian – 2008-09-15

Mexican Billionaire Buys a 6.4% Stake in Times Company

Carlos Slim Helú, the Mexican telecommunications billionaire, and his family have acquired a 6.4 percent stake in The New York Times Company, he revealed in a regulatory filing. | New York Times – 2008-09-11

Affluent Prefer People to the Sunday 'Times'

Affluent consumers are heavy readers of magazines and Internet users, compared to the rest of the population. | Folio Mag – 2008-09-11

Times Will Shut Down Its Distribution Subsidiary

The New York Times Company in January will shut down a subsidiary that distributes newspapers and magazines in the metropolitan area, eliminating the equivalent of 550 full-time jobs. | New York Times – 2008-09-09

New York Times to consolidate paper's sections

NEW YORK (Reuters) - The New York Times Co plans to consolidate some sections in the metropolitan edition of its namesake newspaper to reduce costs, the publisher said on Friday. | Reuters – 2008-09-05

'NY Times' Kristof Apologizes To Hatfill

Six years after he indirectly named government scientist Steven Hatfill as someone being probed by the FBI during its anthrax investigation, New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof apologized to... | Editor And Publisher – 2008-08-28

Star Sports Columnist Mariotti Suddenly Quits 'Chicago Sun-Times'

Just two months after the Chicago Sun-Times ballyhooed his three-year contract extension, Chicago Sun-Times star sports columnist Jay Mariotti has quit. | Editor And Publisher – 2008-08-27

L.A. Times Media Group names Scott McKibben chief revenue officer

The newspaper industry veteran joins the company in a post considered key to reviving its fortunes. His appointment is the first major move by new Times Publisher Eddy Hartenstein. Newspaper... | Los Angeles Times – 2008-08-26

Case Study: 'Times Union' May Cut 28 Pages Each Week

"Some of the feature sections are less likely to survive," Editor Rex Smith said about how the page cut would occur. Other cuts may include the daily weather map, restaurant reviews, and some of the... | Editor And Publisher – 2008-08-25

LA Times Media starts real estate auction business

Los Angeles Times Media Group, a Tribune Co. unit that owns the Los Angeles Times, said Monday it started a business that will auction distressed real estate. | AP via Yahoo! Finance – 2008-08-25

'Chicago Sun-Times' Buys Agfa CTP, Workflow Systems

Agfa Graphics announced today that the Chicago Sun-Times has purchased nine Advantage CLS computer-to-plate systems, along with Arkitex workflow components that include both Autoplan and Afirma for... | Editor And Publisher – 2008-08-22

ABCe: Sport drives record traffic to Guardian, Times and Sun websites, Times Online and Sun Online all had another month of record-breaking traffic. By Jemima Kiss | Guardian – 2008-08-21

Guess Who's Suddenly Bullish on New York Times Co.?

Here's something you don't see much of in these challenging times: A once hostile newspaper agitator turned newspaper champion. | Editor And Publisher – 2008-08-21

'El Paso Times' Editor Quits

The editor of the El Paso Times has stepped down, officials at the newspaper announced Tuesday. | Editor And Publisher – 2008-08-19

Meet the New Boss: 'LA Times' Publisher Hartenstein Meets The Troops

The latest man to fill the ever-revolving publisher seat at the Los Angeles Times promised to run the troubled paper with more self-sufficiency. Eddy Hartenstein, 57, who was named to the position... | Editor And Publisher – 2008-08-19

New Los Angeles Times Publisher Eddy Hartenstein asserts independence

The Southland native says he will have more latitude from Tribune bosses in Chicago. The Los Angeles Times' new publisher, Eddy Hartenstein, said Monday that the newspaper would operate with greater... | Los Angeles Times – 2008-08-19

Howitt aims to cut turnaround times with Delano buy

Howitt has invested in Agfa's Delano WebApproval project management system in a bid to cut the turnaround times of its proofing work. | PrintWeek – 2008-08-18

Former DirecTV head named LA Times publisher

Eddy Hartenstein, a former head of DirecTV, will become publisher of the Los Angeles Times, the newspaper reported Saturday. | Bradenton Herald – 2008-08-18

Los Angeles Times Announces Hiring of New Publisher

Eddy W. Hartenstein, a former head of DirecTV, will become publisher of The Los Angeles Times, the newspaper reported. | New York Times – 2008-08-17

Ex-DirecTV chief named L.A. Times publisher

The former DirecTV chief must contend with steep declines in circulation and advertising revenues. Eddy Hartenstein, the former head of satellite television provider DirecTV, will become the new... | Chicago Tribune – 2008-08-16

'Chicago Sun-Times' Brings Back 'Vintage' Royko

Columnist Mike Royko famously stomped out of the Chicago Sun-Times after the tabloid was bought by Rupert Murdoch in 1984, defecting to the rival Chicago Tribune and declaring that "no... | Editor And Publisher – 2008-08-14

Former 'Monroe Times' Owner Dies at 72

Larry Lund, former owner of the Monroe Times, died of pancreatic cancer Saturday at a Hospice facility in North Carolina, the newspaper reported Wednesday. Lund was 72. | Editor And Publisher – 2008-08-13

Books of The Times: Thanks to Today’s Global Youth, a Rosy Tomorrow?

“The Way We’ll Be” is John Zogby’s blue-sky assessment of our prospects for the future. | New York Times – 2008-08-11

'Kup' Successor Stella Fosters Scoops Bernie Mac Death For 'Sun-Times'

Stella Foster, the one-time secretary who went on to replace her boss Irv 'Kup' Kupcinet as Chicago Sun-Times celebrity columnist after his death in 2003, was the first journalist to report the... | Editor And Publisher – 2008-08-10

'NY Times' Reader Survey on Content Draws Blog Interest

It seems The New York Times can't even conduct a reader survey without it becoming a major Web discussion topic. Both Vanity Fair and The New Republic found a Times online reader survey valuable... | Editor And Publisher – 2008-08-07

Baltimore 'Sun' to Print 'Washington Times'

NEW YORK The Washington Times has contracted out its printing to The Sun of Baltimore, a move expected to take place on Sept. 8. | Editor & Publisher – 2008-08-06

Books of The Times: A Reporter’s Dispatches From a Recovered Life

David Carr, a media columnist for The New York Times, has written a fierce, self-lacerating tale. | New York Times – 2008-08-06

John Healy's book about his redemption through chess and writing brought me hope in dark times

Some books have the power to change the way you think about life. One such book is The Grass Arena, says Erwin James | Guardian – 2008-08-04

'Seattle Times' Puts Big Blocks Of Property Up For Sale To Raise Cash

Cash-strapped Seattle Times Co. has put up for sale two big pieces of property in Seattle, its flagship daily reported over the weekend. | Editor And Publisher – 2003-08-08

Times confirms Eleanor Mills as new Saturday editor

The Times has confirmed that Eleanor Mills will joining from News International sister title the Sunday Times to be its new Saturday editor | Guardian – 2008-08-01

Colleagues pay tribute to Times photographer Richard Mills

The Times has paid tribute to its photographer Richard Mills, who died while on an undercover assignment in Zimbabwe. By Stephen Brook | Guardian – 2008-07-30

Sunday Times news review editor Eleanor Mills to be Times Saturday editor

Times editor James Harding is planning his most radical management change yet - bringing in Eleanor Mills from the Sunday Times to become Saturday editor. By Stephen Brook | Guardian – 2008-07-30

Pearson offers secure hold in times of falling confidence

Pearson, it has turned out, has been one of the better media performers of the year. Yes, the shares are down 17 per cent since January, but that is almost exactly in line with the all-share index... | Times Online – 2008-07-29

LA Times to publish Sunday lifestyle magazine

Tribune Co.'s Los Angeles Times Media Group on Monday named Annie Gilbar editor-in-chief of the publisher's new weekly Sunday magazine called LA. | AP via Yahoo! Finance – 2008-07-28

Media: Murdoch still has time for Fleet Street, says Sunday Times editor

Despite Rupert Murdoch's recent focus on the US, Sunday Times editor John Witherow says he still calls weekly but never dictates paper's agenda. By Jane Martinson | Guardian – 2008-07-27

Times of India owner yet to approach Trinity Mirror

Trinity Mirror is not understood to have received an approach from the media group behind the Times of India newspaper, despite market speculation. By Mark Sweney | Guardian – 2008-07-25

Boom times ahead for mobile web

Unprecedented demand will see mobile web-using devices proliferate over the next four years, predicts Intel. | BBC – 2008-07-25

Earnings Decline at the Times Company

Earnings for The New York Times Company were flat after one-time gains, and the company announced price increases for its flagship newspaper. | New York Times – 2008-07-24

New York Times 2Q profit drops 82 percent

NEW YORK -- New York Times Co. says its second-quarter earnings fell 82 percent from the year-ago quarter boosted by a one-time gain. Meanwhile, print advertising revenue continued to shrink. | Washington Post – 2008-07-23

Herald and Times MD denies Charles McGhee quit over newsroom merger plans

The MD of The Herald and Times newspaper group has denied Charles McGhee resigned as editor of its flagship title over a plan to merge newsrooms. By Severin Carrell | Guardian – 2008-07-23

NY Times 2Q earnings fall 82 pct, revenue misses Wall Street target as ad revenue slips 11 pct

New York Times Co.'s second-quarter earnings fell 82 percent from a year ago, when it saw a one-time gain from the sale of a unit, but print advertising continued to shrink and pulled down operating... | International Herald Tribune – 2008-07-23

New York Times to offer targeted stories to LinkedIn users

The New York Times will be able to serve targeted web stories to business and technology users following a deal with social networking site LinkedIn. By Jemima Kiss | Guardian – 2008-07-22

News International to deliver the Times for free in London

News International has started a free home delivery service for readers of the Times and the Sunday Times within the M25. By Oliver Luft | Guardian – 2008-07-22

New York Times, LinkedIn Enter Content Partnership

In a brilliant move that's sure to make both newspapers and social networks around the web jealous, the New York Times and LinkedIn , the leading US social network for professionals, are announcing... | ReadWriteWeb – 2008-07-22

Books of The Times: A Child With a Problem, a Family With an Excuse

Jennifer Haigh has a great gift for telling interwoven family stories and doing justice to all the different perspectives they present. | New York Times – 2008-07-21

Books of The Times: The Case of the Dead Doppelgänger Turns a Detective’s Life Inside Out

In this unusual sequel, the police Detective Cassie Maddox goes undercover as a dead woman after her spitting image is murdered. | New York Times – 2008-07-17

'Chicago Tribune' editor, 'L.A. Times' publisher resign

Chicago Tribune editor Ann Marie Lipinski and Los Angeles Times publisher David Hiller resigned Monday as parent company Tribune Co. cuts staff to save money. | USA Today – 2008-07-15

Dismissal of Suit Against Times Is Upheld

A court affirmed the dismissal of a suit against The New York Times by a man who said he was defamed by a series of columns about the deadly anthrax mailings of 2001. | New York Times – 2008-07-15

Los Angeles Times publisher resigns

The Los Angeles Times says publisher David Hiller has resigned after 21 months at the helm of Tribune Co.'s largest paper. Hiller was the third publisher to lead the Times since Tribune Co. bought... | Baltimore Sun – 2008-07-15

Children's author Harry Horse stabbed his wife 30 times as probe casts doubt on 'Romeo and Juliet suicide pact'

When children's author Harry Horse and his terminally ill wife were found dead in each other's arms, the world accepted that they had taken their lives with painkillers in a suicide pact. | Daily Mail – 2008-07-14

Books of The Times: The Day of the Jackal, Tinker, Tailor, Bourne, Avalanche and Dr. Hero

Christopher Reich’s thriller is the rare page-turner that begins in by-the-numbers fashion, promising not much, but furiously picks up steam as it goes. | New York Times – 2008-07-10

The Times Wins 3 Loeb Awards for Reporting

The New York Times won honors for breaking news, commentary and in the large newspaper category. | New York Times – 2007-03-08

L.A. Times to cut 150 positions from newsroom

The Los Angeles Times plans to cut approximately 150 positions from its print and Internet newsroom staff and reduce the number of pages it publishes each week by 15 percent, Times Publisher David... | Chicago Tribune – 2007-02-08

New York Times wins 3 Loeb Awards for business journalism; Fortune's Allan Sloan gets his 7th

The New York Times on Monday received three Loeb Awards, among the highest honors in business journalism, while Fortune magazine's Allan Sloan won his seventh Loeb Award. | International Herald Tribune – 2007-01-08

Always in the know: Times-News publisher retires -- but won't give up his reading habit

Times-News publisher Steve Buckley fell into the newspaper business in the late 1960s and was hooked. While Buckley bid farewell to the job Monday - retiring with 40 years' experience - he's never... | Burlington Times-News – 2007-01-08

Books of The Times: Exploring What Lies Beyond Manifest Destiny

Walter Nugent explains how the United States assembled its immense and fecund national territory in this history of American expansion and imperialism. | New York Times – 2008-06-26

Times digital subscribers rise to 120,000

Paper and stablemate the Sunday Times show hefty increases in number of readers on iPad between September and JanuaryThe number of people subscribing to the digital version of the Times newspaper... | Guardian – 2012-02-15

Athill, Donoghue on Sunday Times story longlist

A story told through the texts of two lovers is up against tales written by bestselling authors... | The Bookseller – 2012-02-20

New York Times launches Science Times China

The New York Times announced in a press release today that it has teamed up with Chinese publisher Shanghai Zhenwen Advertising Co., Ltd. to launch a monthly science magazine. Science Times China, as... | Editors Weblog – 2012-02-23

Capital Times pulls story after being fooled by hoax press release

For close to an hour on Saturday, the website of The Capital Times of Madison, Wis., featured an article that was based on a hoax press release. After the paper realized its error, it pulled the... | Poynter. – 2012-02-27

Much-praised Leeds Guide folds after 15 years, another victim of hard times

Monthly magazine helped to define one of the UK's most successful cities as well as giving sound and lively advice on what to do, how, why, when and whereIt was once a symbol of a confident and... | Guardian – 2012-02-29

The New York Times Facebook Timeline Goes to 1851

Facebook just debuted timelines for companies and The New York Times', which goes back to the papers founding, is amazing. Starting 153 years before the creation of Facebook, the... | The Atlantic Wire – 2012-02-29

Times book critic likes short reads by journalists

The New York Times | GigaOM Kindle Singles are “probably the best reason to buy an e-reader in the first place,” writes Dwight Garner. He e-reads short books by journalists like John... | Poynter. – 2012-03-08

New York Times paid former CEO $24 million

(Reuters) - Former New York Times Co Chief Executive Janet Robinson received a total payout of nearly $24 million after she left the newspaper publisher at the end of last year, according to a... | Reuters – 2012-03-10

“Beautiful Souls: Saying No, Breaking Ranks, and Heeding the Voice of Conscience in Dark Times” by Eyal Press

In his first book, “Absolute Convictions,” Eyal Press showed how anti-abortion crusaders in Buffalo achieved intense solidarity in pursuit of their goals, including the murder of an abortion... | The Washington Post – 2012-03-10

Judge sets new deadline in Jewish Times bankruptcy

Publisher, creditor have until Friday morning to file reorganization planThe publisher of the Baltimore Jewish Times and its key creditor have been given until Friday morning to file a plan to get... | Baltimore Sun – 2012-03-15

Jewish Times will publish next week, then future uncertain

Head of parent company confident sale can be completed in 10 daysThe Baltimore Jewish Times, whose parent company's assets were ordered liquidated by a bankruptcy judge Friday, will be in mailboxes... | Baltimore Sun – 2012-03-18

New York Times nears half-million online subscriber mark, halves free article allowance to celebrate

The New York Times just gave you more reason to consider making the jump to a paid online subscription -- beginning in April, that free article allowance will see a 50-percent cut, from 20 monthly... | Engadget – 2012-03-20

New York Times to halve amount of web articles that can be viewed for free

Paper's online users can now access only 10 free stories a month rather than 20The New York Times is to slash the number of website articles users can access for free in half, to just 10 per month,... | Guardian – 2012-03-20

Five parties express interest in Jewish Times, Style magazine sale

The Baltimore Sun's publisher is among parties that have reviewed financial recordsFive investor groups or companies, including The Baltimore Sun's publisher, have either expressed interest in or... | Baltimore Sun – 2012-03-21

Auction of Jewish Times publisher proposed

Bankruptcy trustee files requested schedule with courtBankruptcy trustee files requested schedule with court | Baltimore Sun – 2012-03-22

The Seattle Times loosens up on profanity

Crosscut | Seattle Weekly Carrie Brownstein got salty in The Seattle Times’ Sunday magazine earlier this month, and Crosscut’s Barry Mitzman noticed: “And just so you don’t think... | Poynter. – 2012-03-24

Former Goldman Sachs executive seeking book deal: NY Times

CHICAGO (Reuters) - Greg Smith, the former Goldman Sachs executive who resigned this month and condemned the investment bank in a scathing New York Times opinion column, is seeking a deal to write a... | Reuters – 2012-03-25

Baltimore Jewish Times publisher draws $1.26M bid

Owners of Washington Jewish Week buy company for $1.26 millionOwners of Washington Jewish Week made winning offer at bankruptcy auction | Baltimore Sun – 2012-04-02

Baltimore Jewish Times Publisher Sold at Bankruptcy Auction

The company owned by the family that has published the Baltimore Jewish Times for 93 years was sold at bankruptcy auction Monday morning for $1.26 million to the owners of the Washington Jewish Week,... | Editor & Publisher – 2012-04-03

Washington Jewish Week buys publisher of Baltimore Jewish Times for $1.26 million

Washington Jewish Week buys publisher of Baltimore Jewish Times for $1.26 million | Poynter. – 2012-04-04

Judge approves sale of Jewish Times publisher

The sale could close Friday, ending 93 years of family ownershipThe buyers of the Baltimore Jewish Times' publisher were prepared to close the $1.26 million purchase of the company Friday after a... | Baltimore Sun – 2012-04-06

Contra Costa Times apologizes for editorial with ‘virtually identical’ passages as one in LA Times

Dan Hatfield, editorial page director of the Contra Costa Times, apologized on Saturday for an editorial that was “nearly identical” in approach (and in many words) to one published by... | Poynter. – 2012-04-10

New York Times Reporter Blasts Boss In Email to 150 of His Best Friends

A few weeks ago, New York Times science and health reporter Don McNeil sent out a scathing email to colleagues attacking Times publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr. for piloting a "ghost ship" and... | Editor & Publisher – 2012-04-10

IAB's New Standardization Tools Just Might Mean You Won't See That Beer Ad Ten Times in a Row

The Interactive Advertising Bureau is addressing a problem that's plagued tech-centric industries since the first Mac-vs.-Dos argument: standardization. The problem has become acute for Web... | AdWeek – 2012-04-11

Radio Times hires Hello! ad director

Immediate Media has appointed Hello! magazine ad director Jacque O'Donnell to the position of Radio Times advertising director, which was left vacant when incumbent Andrew Mercer left after 12 years... | Media Week – 2012-04-11

Error about E.B. White leads to timeless New York Times correction

Ben Yagoda wrote a history of The New Yorker magazine, and in that book he refers to E.B. White as New Yorker editor Harold Ross’ “most valued contributor.” White also provided a... | Poynter. – 2012-04-11

Media Decoder Blog: Bay Citizen Ends Publishing Relationship With The Times

The news organization, which recently merged with Center for Investigative Reporting, said it wanted more outlets for its work. | The New York Times – 2012-04-12

Getting a read on the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books

More than 400 authors are scheduled over the two days at USC. Writers as varied as Anne Rice and Jeff Kinney will hold court.What do Sugar Ray Leonard, Judy Blume, Betty White, T.C. Boyle, Rodney... | Los Angeles Times – 2012-04-19

To publish or not to publish? The LA Times’ controversial Afghanistan photos

On Wednesday, The Los Angeles Times published graphic photographs of US soldiers posing with corpses and body parts of suicide bombers in Afghanistan, spurring a criminal investigation and... | Editors Weblog – 2012-04-19

“The Last Great Senate: Courage and Statesmanship in Times of Crisis,” by Ira Shapiro

The central working theory of American government today is that the system is dysfunctional, ineffectual and increasingly irrelevant to the lives of ordinary Americans. “Broken” has become both a... | The Washington Post – 2012-04-21

Judge Dismisses Libel Suit Filed Against Times Publishing by Jeff Greene

Palm Beach billionaire Jeff Greene's libel suit against Times Publishing Co., publisher of the Tampa Bay Times, was dismissed by a judge on Monday. Greene, who lost the 2010 Democratic primary... | Editor & Publisher – 2012-04-25

Contra Costa Times second MediaNews paper to consolidate copy editing

MediaWire memo A memo from Contra Costa Times Executive Editor Dave Butler shows that another MediaNews paper is shifting copy-editing responsibilities within the newsroom. Thursday morning, Westword... | Poynter. – 2012-04-27

“A Difficult Woman: The Challenging Life and Times of Lillian Hellman” by Alice Kessler-Harris

In this friendly if far from uncritical biography, Alice Kessler-Harris focuses on Lillian Hellman as a woman both of her time and ahead of her time. She was “a woman among men” who “became the... | The Washington Post – 2012-05-05

Frank Rich Compares New York Times and New York Magazine

It's been a year since longtime New York Times columnist Frank Rich left the paper to join New York magazine. Rich talks about the differences between his old job and his new one, and also discusses... | Media Bistro – 2012-05-09

The New York Times Magazine Article That Pete Campbell Hated So Much

We kind of love the meticulous attention and historical accuracy that Matthew Weiner and his team bring to Mad Men, so for your Monday morning reading consideration we present Victor S.... | The Atlantic Wire – 2012-05-14

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