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McClatchy second-quarter profits, revenue fall
The McClatchy Co. today reported lower profits and revenue in the second quarter, as The Bee's owner continues to struggle with a weak economy and structural changes in the newspaper industry.
The Newsonomics of Netflix
Netflix CEO Reed Hastings says he is surprised that customers weren't more upset with Netflix's digital shift. After all, he expected more upset, in his role as a pioneer, early in the game of forcing the digital shift.
Times Company posts loss on write-down
The New York Times Company reported on Thursday an overall loss in the second quarter as print advertising continued to struggle, dragging down growth in online advertising.
Sun-Times Media, Chicago Tribune enter into print production contract
The Chicago Tribune will begin printing the Chicago Sun-Times and seven of its suburban sister newspapers under an agreement announced Tuesday.
Schadenfreude is the word of the day, as the Wall Street Journal's editorial page points out that "the Schadenfreude is so thick you can't cut it with a chainsaw."
New News Corp strategy
We'd all be ready to shell out pay-per-view prices (those for boxing, not a simple movie) to peek in on the House of Commons' questioning of Rupert Murdoch, James Murdoch and Rebekah Brooks Tuesday.
Guild's former international chair dies at the age of 68
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