Newspapers Raise Online Prices, Offer Less Free Access 10 weeks ago
Newspapers are strengthening their paywalls, raising prices for digital subscriptions while reducing the number of stories people can read...
By Lucas Shaw
Company rolls out highly anticipated digital subscriptions today in Canada "to fine-tune service" ahead of global launch
Paper says Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter Sari Horwitz borrowed "substantial material" from the Arizona Republic
Paper loses contact with Pulitzer Prize-winning bureau chief, reporter and pair of photographers -- fears they were captured
Pair of financial advisors testify in bankruptcy court that business now worth $920 million
Huffington responds to Bill Keller's aggregation claims in a counterattack
But few have paid for News Corp.’s tablet newspaper since extending a free trial
Times Co. president Janet Robinson updates investors ahead of conference appearance
Paper's longtime op-ed columnist talks to TheWrap about his jump to New York magazine
Popular op-ed columnist to leave paper after 17 years; will join glossy in June
Huffington Post's VP of media relations responds to Newspaper Guild campaign, criticism
Comedy Central host takes aim at two of the media industry's biggest personalities on same show
Murdoch's acquisition of 1.2 million shares -- his first in more than four years -- is "a sign of his belief in the future of the company"
Finke tells Gawker she doesn't have that lady's "mouthlines"; we agree
Injury-plagued, oft-delayed $65 million musical's producers blast critics for "pile-on"
Elizabeth Spiers hired by paper; also: Randy Cohen, Deborah Solomon out at New York Times Magazine
Programmer creates website that lists public links to iPad publication's articles; publisher Greg Clayman not amused
Fourth quarter profits down as "advertiser caution about the economy and consumer spending" increased
The Rupe himself rolls out highly anticipated "The Daily," the first newspaper built for the iPad, at the Guggenheim in New York
TheWrap has the primer for the world's first "iPad newspaper," which launches on Wednesday
TV stations provide bump to privately-held media company, according to results filed with U.S. Bankruptcy Court
The bloodletting at L.A. Times, Chicago Tribune has been staunched, but the money guys who are likely to take over may not care
On heels of ex-HuffPo hire for TheBlaze.com, conservative host sounds off on newspapers
Scorned 90-year-old ex-White House reporter and syndicated columnist gets a new one
Writer who left the paper in 2005 following Valerie Plame scandal returns to print journalism
Lakers beat reporter alleges ESPNEWS anchor lifted his column
Publisher Eddy Hartenstein promises one for second half, among other digital initiatives
Christine White was the woman next to William Shatner in "Nightmare at 20,000 Feet"