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US paper fires photographer for manipulating pictures of herons

A Californian newspaper has fired one of its veteran award-winning photographers for three cases of manipulating his pictures.The Sacramento Bee told readers on Saturday that it had sacked Bryan... | Guardian – 2012-02-06

Apple's New Math. Or: Why a $15 E-Book Equals a $75 Paper Book.

It's like the old "make it up on volume" joke. Except this time it might work, if students and school districts play along. | AllThingsD – 2012-01-19

Jon Huntsman endorsed by South Carolina’s largest paper as he drops out of race

MediaWire will be honoring Martin Luther King Jr. today with minimal publishing. Here’s what’s new: Jon Huntsman was endorsed by South Carolina’s largest paper — The State — on Sunday; by... | Poynter. – 2012-01-17

The New York Times Public Editor Asks If Paper Should 'Be a Truth Vigilante'

With an already messy primary season underway, many reporters have been bombarded with statements and messages that accuse other public figures of half-truths and outright lies. Politicians, in... | Editor & Publisher – 2012-01-12

Town loses second paper in a month

A Somerset town is to lose its second newspaper in the space of two months. The Yeovil Express, a free weekly, will be published for the last time next week. Its closure comes a month after the axing... | Guardian – 2011-12-15

Fire hits French satirical paper Charlie Hebdo after it publishes cartoons of the prophet Muhammad

The offices of Paris-based satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo was set ablaze last night at around 1am, after a storm of complaints from indignant French citizens who were outraged by the satirical... | Editors Weblog – 2011-11-03

Paper Manufacturer NewPage Files for Chapter 11

Miamisburg, Ohio-based NewPage, one of the largest makers of magazine-quality paper, today | Folio Magazine – 2011-09-08

How Independent Publishers Are Keeping Paper Costs Down

Despite enormous amounts of attention directed towards digital efforts in the magazine industry, many independent publishers still count print as their main business and most reliable source of... | Folio Magazine – 2011-09-07

Paper Cuts

The printed book is facing its share of challenges in the digital age. But one of the big­gest problems facing the future of the book has gone relatively unnoticed by book lovers—the quality of... | Publishers Weekly – 2011-09-02

Magazine paper giant UPM scales back as European demand falls

UPM-Kymmene, the world's biggest producer of magazine paper, is scaling back its operations in Europe to combat falling demand across the continent. | Media Week – 2011-09-01

Five Reasons Why Paper Prices Could Drop This Fall

Despite the decline of paper product use among publishers, prices for paper haven’t fallen the way many hoped they would. Some say that this is the result of demand meeting supply, while others... | Folio Magazine – 2011-08-30

From E-Books to Paper

John Locke, a self-published writer who has built a large audience selling only digital version of this thrillers and Westerns, is turning his attention to the physical paperback business and has... | The Wall Street Journal – 2011-08-23

Report: Tablet Sales to Cut Magazine Paper Use 20 Percent by 2015

Even paper-focused companies are predicting a major fall for the printed page in the coming years. | Folio Magazine – 2011-08-22

Paper goes from free to paid-for as advertising slumps

A largely free newspaper, the Bangor Mail, is being relaunched next week as a fully paid-for title.More than 80% of the paper's 8,500 audited distribution (ABC: July-Dec 2010) was given away free.... | Guardian – 2011-08-18

SKorean students ditch paper for digital books

South Korea is taking a $2 billion gamble that its students are ready to ditch paper textbooks in favor of tablet PCs as part of a vast digital scholastic network. | – 2011-07-20

Murdoch flies to UK as paper dies, scandal lives

Media mogul in London as tabloid publishes final issue | San Jose Mercury News – 2011-07-11

Last phone-hack paper published, Murdoch heads to UK

LONDON (Reuters) - The final edition of the newspaper engulfed in a phone-hacking scandal was published on Sunday as Rupert Murdoch headed to London to try to save the bigger prize of his takeover of... | Reuters – 2011-07-10

How the Daily Mail protects its paper behind a digital wall

It's delightfully different – and that is the secret of the Daily Mail digital offeringThere are two things to say about the extraordinary rise and rise of the Daily Mail's online operation. One is... | Guardian – 2011-06-26

Yet another week of big changes for local paper publishers

It has been an interesting week for regional newspaper publishers, with a strike at Newsquest/Gannett in south London and a vote to strike for a second time at Tindle Newspapers north of... | Guardian – 2011-06-17

Paper Round (14 Jun) - Which clients are advertising in the national press?

The tabloids offer free Ascot bets while travel companies compete to attract late holiday bookers. | Media Week – 2011-06-14

Paper challenges Apple's app system

The stoush between publishers and the dominant tablet maker, Apple, over money and reader data intensified this week, with the Financial Times launching an app outside either Apple's iTunes or... | The Sydney Morning Herald – 2011-06-09

Amazon says e-books now outselling paper books

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Inc said on Thursday that it now sells more digital e-books than paper books and that its recently introduced lower-priced Kindle e-reader is outselling other versions... | Reuters – 2011-05-19

Orthodox Jewish paper apologises for Hillary Clinton deletion

New York paper Di Tzeitung removed Clinton from a photograph of Barack Obama and his staff monitoring the Bin Laden raidAn Orthodox Jewish newspaper has apologised for digitally deleting an image of... | Guardian – 2011-05-10

AUDIO: Are ebooks killing off paper books?

The Publishers Association have released new figures which explain how much damage ebooks are doing to their paper based alternatives. | BBC News – 2011-05-03

Bozeman paper discloses editor’s ties to ‘Three Cups’ author

Bozeman Daily Chronicle In the 27th paragraph of its story on the Greg Mortenson controversy, the Bozeman Daily Chronicle tells readers: Karin Ronnow, the Chronicle’s assistant managing editor, has... | Poynter. – 2011-04-19

Digital's Nice, But Paper-Over-Board Offers Something Different

Forget digital versus print for a moment, and consider a cookbook's format. Think back to the last time you used a cookbook in the kitchen. Was the book covered in a dust jacket? A cumbersome, flappy... | Publishers Weekly – 2011-04-18

Editor makes a success of news magazine after publisher closed his paper

A former newspaper editor who was made redundant five months ago when his paper was closed down is enjoying a publishing renaissance.Paul Holden had been editor of the weekly Worthing Sentinel for... | Guardian – 2011-03-23

Glasgow paper closes after 14 years

Local News Glasgow, an independent free monthly, has closed after 14 years. Publisher-editor Grace Franklin could not generate sufficient advertising revenue to keep going.Some 40,000 copies were... | Guardian – 2011-02-09

Ugandan 'hang them' paper has no regrets after David Kato death

With a circulation of fewer than 3,000 copies Rolling Stone would have remained obscure were it not for the anti-gay campaignThe Ugandan newspaper that last year called for the hanging of gay... | Guardian – 2011-01-28

Jezebel Alum Moe Tkacik Leaving Washington City Paper

Das Krapital author Moe Tkacik is leaving Washington City Paper, reports FishbowlDC. | The New York Observer – 2010-12-24

Norwegian paper says it has all WikiLeaks cables

OSLO, Norway (AP) -- A Norwegian newspaper says it has obtained the entire trove of 250,000 uncensored U. | San Jose Mercury News – 2010-12-24

Full WikiLeaks cables found: Norwegian paper

A Norwegian newspaper says it has obtained the entire trove of 250,000 uncensored U.S. diplomatic documents that WikiLeaks has been distributing. | CBC – 2010-12-23

NewPage Drops January Paper Price Hike

NewPage Paper has dropped a $20-$50/ton January price hike that it previously announced for a range of coated and uncoated paper products at the end o | Folio Magazine – 2010-12-21

Desmond frontrunner to buy TV channel Five-paper

LONDON, July 18 (Reuters) - Richard Desmond, owner of the Daily Express newspaper and OK! magazine, is putting the finishing touches to a 100 million pound ($153 million) deal to buy British TV... | Reuters – 2010-07-18

Publisher tells paper novelist Saramago has died

Jose Saramago, who became the first Portuguese-language winner of the Nobel Literature prize after seeing his popularity at home dampened by his unflinching support for Communism, blunt manner and... | Yahoo – 2010-06-18

Times Publisher Parties in Phoenix While Paper Gets Pinched [Out Of Touch]

A provocative bar scene involving Arthur Sulzberger Jr. and his female companion helped whip gossip about the pair into a frenzy, according to a journalism-conference spy. As if the New York Times... | Gawker – 2010-03-29

What's Your Paper Worth? 'Newsosaur' Mutter Has the Guesstimate Tools

A federal judge's ruling last week that the Daytona (Fla.) News-Journal was worth just $20 million -- down from an appraised $300 million just four years ago -- opens a window on the factors... | Editor And Publisher – 2010-03-29

'Austin American-Satesman,''El Paso Times,''Denton Record-Chronicle Win Texas APME Best Paper Honors

The Austin American-Statesman was named the Newspaper of the Year and the best online newspaper among the state's largest metropolitan dailies at the Texas Associated Press Managing Editors' annual... | Editor And Publisher – 2010-03-28

77% of Canadians Read Dailies, Most Preferring Local News on Paper

Daily newspapers again showed their value to Canadians in the just-released 2009 NADbank readership study. More than three-quarters (14.7 million) of adults in markets where a daily newspaper is... | Editor And Publisher – 2010-03-18

Monday, Daily Named Best Texas Small Paper Converts to Online-Only

The Daily Tribune in River Cities, Texas, is not publishing a printed newspaper Monday as it converted to online-only on weekdays. | Editor And Publisher – 2010-03-14

Danish paper apologises to Muslims in cartoon row

Danish daily Politiken on Friday apologised to Muslims for possibly offending them by reproducing cartoons of Prophet Mohammed in 2008, but said it did not regret publishing the drawings. | AFP via Yahoo! News – 2010-02-26

White Birch Paper Co. Files For Bankruptcy Protection in Canada, U.S.

The second largest newsprint company in North America the White Birch Paper Co. filed for bankruptcy protection in both Canada and in the United States in order to reorganize its capital structure... | Editor And Publisher – 2010-02-25

Obama's life on paper

New Yorker editor and best-selling author David Remnick has written a book about President Barack Obama that will publish April 6. | Miami Herald – 2010-02-23

'Columbus Dispatch' Peppers Paper With Red Labels to Point Out Exclusive Content

In its editions Sunday, The Columbus (Ohio) Dispatch is filled with red logos, not to celebrate Valentine's Day -- but to show readers stories and information they are getting "Only in The... | Editor And Publisher – 2010-02-14

'Deseret News' Parent Launching Spanish-Language Paper

The parent company of the Deseret News in Salt Lake City, Utah, is launching a Spanish-language newspaper Feb. 9. | Editor And Publisher – 2010-01-26

Binghamton Paper Uses Translators, Borrows Other Gannett Staffers for Aftermath of Mass Slaughter

"We know we play a very important role, and this is a reminder of [that]," Editor Calvin Stovall says about coverage of the Binghamton, N.Y., shooting that left 14 dead. "But we have had the people... | Editor And Publisher – 2009-04-06

Spain's Top-Selling Paper Sees Price Hike

Spain's top-selling newspaper, El Pais, said Monday it was raising its price by 9 percent for its weekday and Saturday editions. | Editor And Publisher – 2009-03-30

Buyout Firm Acquires San Diego Paper

A private equity firm has bought The San Diego Union-Tribune, the two sides said Wednesday, ending eight decades of Copley family dominance of that city’s news media. | New York Times – 2009-03-19

Gannett: Sale talks delay paper's closing

The Tucson Citizen will not close as planned on Saturday because there are continuing negotiations with two interested buyers, the newspaper's publisher, Gannett Co. Inc., announced Tuesday. | International Herald Tribune – 2009-03-18

Seattle newspaper drops the ‘paper’

The Post-Intelligencer planned to produce its last printed edition Tuesday and become an Internet-only news source, Hearst Corp. said, making it by far the largest American newspaper to take that... | International Herald Tribune – 2009-03-17

Paper's last, commemorative edition hits streets

The Seattle Post-Intelligencer published a thick commemorative issue tracing the history of Seattle's oldest newspaper as its final print edition. | International Herald Tribune – 2009-03-17

Seattle paper's fate to be known next week

The packing boxes arrived Wednesday at the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, but its parent company still isn't saying when its last edition will roll off the presses, or whether the newspaper will live... | International Herald Tribune – 2009-03-12

Montana Professor Calls Student Paper Sex Column an 'Embarrassment'

A law professor at the University of Montana in Missoula says a sex column in the student-run newspaper is an embarrassment to the university. | Editor And Publisher – 2009-03-12

Clarksdale paper to drop to 2 days

The Clarksdale Press Register will publish two days a week beginning April 1. | WMCTV Memphis – 2009-03-10

Paper Makers Make More Cuts

The down economy and reduced demand have taken a toll on paper makers. One producer, Sappi Fine Paper North America, announced that it will indefinitely suspend operations at its facility in... | Folio Mag – 2009-03-04

Former Denver Post publisher Grilly returns to run paper’s business arm

Former Denver Post publisher Gerald Grilly is replacing Harry Whipple as president and chief executive of the Denver Newspaper Agency, the newspaper’s business arm, Post owner MediaNews Group Inc.... | BizJournals – 2009-03-04

The end of paper?

Never pick a fight with someone who buys ink by the barrel. Mark Twain's advice was apt in its time but sounds downright quaint these days. The ink-stained publishing world is battling against... | CNN Money – 2009-03-03

Closure of Rocky Mountain News leaves Denver with one paper

At one cafe in the city, there were lamentations about the demise of the paper but also admissions by many people that they had little time for reading newspapers., | International Herald Tribune – 2009-03-02

Columbus Paper Dispatches 45 From Newsroom

The Dispatch in Columbus, Ohio, will lay off 45 newsroom employees early next month, the newspaper announced late Monday. | Editor And Publisher – 2009-03-02

Return Fire: Memphis Paper Hit for Publishing List of Gun Owners

Right or wrong? | Editor And Publisher – 2009-03-02

Denver paper will publish its last edition tomorrow

DENVER (AP) — E.W. Scripps says the Rocky Mountain News in Denver will publish its last edition Friday. | Chicago Tribune – 2009-02-26

Singleton on 'Rocky' Closing: 'Sad Day'--But Will Help His Paper

"This is a very sad day, a very sad day because the Rocky is a very good newspaper," William Dean Singleton, CEO of MediaNews Group, which owns the rival Denver Post, said. "I have read it every day... | Editor And Publisher – 2009-02-26

Here's How 'Rocky' Staffers Covered Folding of Their Paper

When Rocky Mountain News staffers gathered in the newsroom at noon Thursday, there were "more smiles than frowns" in anticipation of some sort of official announcement from top E.W. Scripps... | Editor And Publisher – 2009-02-26

San Antonio Paper to Slash Newsroom Staff

Every division of the Express-News will be affected in a new round of cuts, and 75 positions will be lost in the newsroom alone. A staff memo from Editor Robert Rivard, left, reveals the move and... | Editor And Publisher – 2009-02-25

Troubled San Francisco paper in danger of closing

The owner of the San Francisco Chronicle will sell or close the daily newspaper if it can't dramatically lower expenses within the next few months. | International Herald Tribune – 2009-02-24

Pennsylvania Paper Claims $3.5 Million Defamation Award Fixed by Judge

A Pennsylvania newspaper says a $3.5 million defamation award against it was fixed by a corrupt judge with connections to a reputed mobster at the heart of the case. | Editor And Publisher – 2009-02-19

Largest North Dakota Paper Lays Off 9% of Work Force

The way it goes today. | Editor And Publisher – 2009-02-11

Beaver County Times ceases production of Saturday paper

After re-launching a Saturday edition a little more than five years ago in part to better cover Friday night high school football, the Beaver County Times is now taking a knee on publishing during... | BizJournals – 2009-02-09

Iowa Council Bluffs newspaper to stop Monday paper

The Council Bluffs Daily Nonpareil has announced that it will stop publishing a Monday edition to offset the rising costs of supplies. | AP via Yahoo! Finance – 2009-02-09

Hearst heir is named publisher of N.Y. paper

ALBANY, N.Y. -- Hearst Newspapers named George R. Hearst III, a great-grandson of The Hearst Corp. founder, as publisher of the Times Union of Albany on Thursday as part of a reorganization of upper... | Seattle Post-Intelligencer – 2009-02-06

Hearst named publisher of Albany, NY paper

ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — Hearst Newspapers has named George R. Hearst III, a great-grandson of the Hearst Corp. founder, as publisher of the Times Union of Albany as part of a sweeping reorganization of... | The Post-Standard – 2009-02-05

Nordic paper makers plunge into loss

Top Nordic paper companies plunged into losses at the end of last year because of slumping demand from customers such as newspapers and magazines, company officials said Thursday. | International Herald Tribune – 2009-02-05

Paper maker UPM swings to 4Q net loss of €286 mln

UPM-Kymmene Corp., the world's largest magazine paper maker, swung to a fourth-quarter net loss of €286 million ($267 million) due to poor demand and the high cost of energy and raw materials. | International Herald Tribune – 2009-02-05

Country Media Buys Fifth Oregon Paper

Country Media has bought the twice-weekly St. Helens (Ore.) Chronicle and Sentinel Mist from its publisher, Pamela Peterson-Conner. | Editor And Publisher – 2009-02-04

Jumping the Gun? Denver JOA Says 'One-Paper Town' Letter Does Not Mean 'Rocky' Doomed

Testing, one, two. Testing, one. That's all the Denver Newspaper Agency (DNA) says it was doing with a draft letter for advertisers that says The Denver Post will be the Mile-High City's only daily... | Editor And Publisher – 2009-02-04

Whistleblower Claims He Tipped 'WSJ' to Madoff Fraud, Paper Failed to Act

Ponzi scheme. | Editor And Publisher – 2009-02-04

Jersey Journal parent company warns employees of possible closure; publisher optimistic paper can be saved

The Evening Journal Association announced to its employees today that the company would cease publication of The Jersey Journal and a string of weekly newspapers in Hudson County on April 13, 2009,... | El Nuevo – 2009-02-02

Malaysian cyber-paper at vanguard of media revolution

A Malaysian newspaper that exists only in cyberspace has inspired a torrent of online debate since its launch a decade ago, in a phenomenon that has shaken up the nation's media and political scene. | AFP via Yahoo! News – 2009-01-27

Student Paper's Press May Run Again

The student newspaper at Faribault High School could be rolling off the presses again soon. | Editor And Publisher – 2009-01-27

Finnish paper maker UPM warns of 4Q net loss

The world's largest magazine paper maker UPM-Kymmene Corp. on Tuesday warned it will register a net loss in the fourth quarter and a fall in profits during 2008. | International Herald Tribune – 2009-01-27

Bankruptcy for another U.S. paper

The bad news in the newspaper business continues to mount, with The Star Tribune of Minneapolis having filed for bankruptcy protection. | International Herald Tribune – 2009-01-19

Apollo Creative Group buys into Sunday Paper

Knoxville, Tenn.-based Apollo Creative Group LLC became a majority shareholder of Sunday Paper Publishing LLC, which owns the weekly The Sunday Paper, and | BizJournals – 2009-01-19

Hearst Looks to Sell or Close Seattle Paper

The Hearst Corporation will stop printing The Seattle Post-Intelligencer unless it can find a buyer in the next 60 days, company executives told employees. | New York Times – 2009-01-12

A former Seattle P-I newsman how to save the paper | Poynter.Org – 2009-01-12

Bomb Scare Causes Delay in Printing Tennessee Paper, 'USA Today' and Others

A suspicious package found late Monday outside The Tennessean newspaper plant forced employees to evacuate for three hours while a bomb squad and hazardous materials team investigated. | Editor And Publisher – 2009-01-06

Longtime Executive Editor and Publisher at Spartanburg Paper Are Retiring Together

SPARTANBURG The publisher and the executive editor of the Herald-Journal of Spartanburg will retire at the end of the year. | Editor & Publisher – 2008-12-31

Raleigh Paper Counters Governor's Criticism

¿Surely Governor Easley didn't mean it quite the way he said it,¿ the editorial began, later defending the paper's coverage of troubled state probation and mental health systems. Gov. Mike... | Editor And Publisher – 2008-12-31

Missouri Paper Cuts Sunday Biz Section

The St. Joseph (Mo.) News-Press published its last Sunday business section on Sunday. | Editor And Publisher – 2008-12-29

Spokane Paper Reverses Threat to Drop AP Early

"Our publisher informed AP earlier this month that while we have not changed our objections to the terms and cost of our relationship with AP, we have decided to honor the contract,"... | Editor And Publisher – 2008-12-19

Plain Dealer’s Music Critic, His Beat Changed, Sues Paper and Orchestra

A classical music critic who was removed from his post at The Cleveland Plain Dealer after a history of negative reviews of the Cleveland Orchestra’s music director struck back with a lawsuit. | New York Times – 2008-12-12

Drunkenness Blamed in Idaho Man's Paper-Bale Death

Autopsy reports show a 51-year-old homeless man was very drunk when he was crushed to death in a bale of newspapers. | Editor And Publisher – 2008-12-09

Paper Cuts: Every Gannett Paper Listed Here

The toll mounts. Here is the Thursday morning accounting, with cuts vs. total staff. | Editor And Publisher – 2008-12-04

Bakersfield Paper Lays Off 25

More cuts. | Editor And Publisher – 2008-12-04

Battle Creek Paper Cutting 50 Positions -- And Closing Press

Serial moves in cereal city. | Editor And Publisher – 2008-12-03

Paper Supplier Raises Prices, Again

European paper supplier M-Real today said it will raise prices for coated fine and coated magazine papers by 8 percent starting in early 2009. Earlier this year, the company increased prices for its... | Folio Mag – 2008-11-26

PC Magazine, a Flagship for Ziff Davis, Will Cease Printing a Paper Version

It is the latest of several magazine publishers to drop a print edition, as advertising plummets and the cost of printing a paper version rises. | New York Times – 2008-11-20

Philadelphia paper starts magazine for affluent

The Philadelphia Inquirer has started a new bimonthly magazine called I that targets the rich. The magazine's first issue was tucked into 115,000 newspapers Thursday. It was distributed to home... | AP via Yahoo! Finance – 2008-11-20

Raising 'Kane': Paper Celebrates 150th Year With Film Fest

From Kane to Bernstein. | Editor And Publisher – 2008-11-14

Page: 'Bytes not cheaper than paper'

Faber c.e.o. and publisher Stephen Page has... | The Bookseller – 2008-11-13

800 Newspapers From NewspaperDirect Now Available on iRex Digital Reader, Featuring 'Electronic Paper' Display

NewspaperDirect Inc., the world leader in multi-channel newspaper and magazine content distribution and monetization, is previewing its online news portal on the iRex digital reader... | Marketwire via Yahoo! Finance – 2008-11-12

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