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Topic - Newspaper Association Of America
The Newspaper Association of America, the New York Times Co. and several other newspaper companies have filed papers in support of a lawsuit filed by The Associated Press against Meltwater, a company that monitors the media for corporate customers.
Newspapers are returning to a business strategy that served them well in the heyday of street-corner newsboys shouting the front-page news. They're enticing people with a little free online content before asking them to pay up.
The economy appears slightly healthier than many feared it was a few weeks ago, raising hopes that it can end the year on an upward slope.
The U.S. newspaper industry's financial slump reached a discouraging milestone during the second quarter. Advertising revenue, newspapers' main source of revenue, has now been falling for five years.
A federal appeals court has restored a longstanding ban that prevents media companies from owning both a newspaper and a television station in the same market.
The U.S. newspaper industry's main trade group has named a veteran newspaper executive as its new CEO.
The longtime CEO of the newspaper industry's main trade group is retiring.
Newspaper advertising in the U.S. has sunk to a 25-year low as marketing budgets followed readers to the Internet, where advertising is far cheaper than what publishers have been able to command in print.
Advertising revenue at U.S. newspapers has continued to slip in the third quarter.