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Publishers Knight Ridder and The Washington Post Co. are banking on social networking to be the future of online classifieds, having investe… Read more »

(By Peter Krasilovsky):Packer Insider, The Milwaukee Journal-Interactive’s oft-cited success story among premium sports newsletters, is near… Read more »

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Newspaper spin-off sports sites have been a mixed success and an avid local fan base is merely one of several necessary ingredients for buil… Read more »

The newspapers of E.W. Scripps chain will soon roll out registration at its Web sites…the first paper to launch will be the Ventura County… Read more »

The Denver Newspaper Agency recently launched streaming video advertisements on the Web sites for the two papers in the city’s joint operati… Read more »

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Mark Glaser gives us details of Canwest’s recent announcement to offer the most content online to print newspaper subscribers, with plans fo… Read more »

CanWest, which owns Canada’s biggest newspaper chain and the canada.com website, has provided more details of its previously-announced plan… Read more »

William Dean Singleton, CEO of MediaNews Group: “Bad content doesn’t get better just because it is on the screen,” he said. “It is time to a… Read more »

Steve Outing does some big-picture thinking of what newspapers of the future should be doing…must-read for musty-heads… Read more »

Vin Crosbie analyzes the current online publishing market: of course, his focus is mainly newspaper efforts…”By any objective measurements… Read more »

“We’re against the subscriber-only model. Our goal is to attract a large audience that advertisers want to reach. Newspapers need to charge… Read more »

Newsday becomes the second major newspaper in the Tribune chain to launch premium services…here’s the message Raymond Jansen, Newsday’s pu… Read more »

The Sunday Times in UK has launched its monthly CD-ROM, “The Month”, as part of its Culture supplement. Does it add to the paper – or is it… Read more »

Rich Gordon analyzes the online paid entertainment guides, in wake of LATimes.com’s CalendarLive announcing that it will turn into a premium… Read more »

As expected, The Tribune Company has started rolling out premium services for its newspapers: first up, its biggest property Los Angeles Tim… Read more »

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