Newspaper Digital First News Summary-11/4/2011

Welcome! This is a first. The first blog devoted to keeping newspaper executives up to date on changes in the industry with a specific digital slant. Posts to this blog will include updates on the newspaper industry in general, newspaper circulation (both digital and print), mobile strategies for newspapers, social media and how newspapers are using it and any new technologies related to digital circulation as they develop. My goal is to provide you (and me) with one place to go to get the most relevant and interesting content that circulation executives need to know about and understand. To arm you with information to increase your knowledge and value to your newspaper. It starts today.

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Fewer Buyers Than Expected For Philadelphia Newspaper Tablets

Michigan papers consolidate, speed transition to digital

GateHouse Digital Revenue Rises 23% In Q3

Despite Apple Bruise, FT Digital Subs Up 30%

More Proof Paywalls Work From…Newsday?

Star Trib Expects $4M In Rev From Paywall

The Top 25 U.S. Newspapers from September 2011 FAS-FAX

Major Changes in Newspaper Circulation Tallies

Paton: Digital First Is A Transitional Strategy

The Struggle To Make Money Out Of News On Tablets

Full Projo Paywall Set For 2012 As Advertising Sales Slump 11%

About Jeff Hartley

Career Newspaper Executive specializing in Consumer Revenue Growth-both print and digital. Social Media and Mobile Enthusiast. Frequent speaker on consumer revenue and print/digital audience growth.
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2 Responses to Newspaper Digital First News Summary-11/4/2011

  1. Gary Finley says:

    Thanks, Jeff. I have been curious about the success of the Philly tablet initiative.
    FYI the links to E&P articles don’t seem to be working, at least not on my phone browser.

    • Jeff Hartley says:

      Thanks. I’ll work on the links. They look fine on a PC but I may not have optimized them for mobile. Stay tuned and thanks for commenting. Need it to make this better for everyone.

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