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The Future Of The New York Times Ad Business Hinges On Video

This is the 13th in the 17-part series “Video Revolution,” which brings you up to speed on innovations in the video advertising industry. “Video Revolution” is brought to you by Innovid. More posts in the series » By the end of this month, The New York Times Company, which owns […]
The Future Of The New York Times Ad Business Hinges On Video
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Justice Scalia Has A History Of Trying To Block Freedom Of The Press

[credit provider=”AP Images” url=”http://www.apimages.com/OneUp.aspx?st=k&kw=antonin%20scalia&showact=results&sort=relevance&intv=None&sh=10&kwstyle=and&adte=1355247735&pagez=60&cfasstyle=AND&rids=523718d9e3aa4ff6bdc98a833797dcad&dbm=PY2012&page=1&xslt=1&mediatype=Photo”] It seems Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia has a bit of a history when it comes to downplaying the rights of the media.Scalia set off a media firestorm earlier this month when he told Charlie Rose he abhors New York Times v. Sullivan, the Supreme Court […]
Justice Scalia Has A History Of Trying To Block Freedom Of The Press
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Justice Scalia ‘Abhors’ The Supreme Court’s 1964 Ruling On Libel

[credit provider=”CNN” url=”http://www.cnn.com/2012/07/19/us/scalia-morgan-interview/index.html”] The Constitution’s framers never intended to give journalists the right to libel public figures, and the Supreme Court really screwed up when it did so, according to Justice Antonin Scalia.”One of the evolutionary provisions that I abhor is New York Times v. Sullivan,” Scalia said in an […]
Justice Scalia ‘Abhors’ The Supreme Court’s 1964 Ruling On Libel
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The New York Times Company Lost $39.7 Million In 2011

[credit provider=”Wikimedia Commons” url=”http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:NYTimesByLuigiNovi1.jpg”] The New York Times Company reported its Q4 earnings today, and they lost $39.7 million in 2011, or 27 cents a share, after making $107.7 million in 2010.Q4 profit is down 12.2% y/y thanks to the continuing decline of print advertising and a 67.4% decline in […]
The New York Times Company Lost $39.7 Million In 2011
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rumour: New York Times Publisher Might Name His Cousin CEO

[credit provider=”www.nytco.com” url=”http://www.nytco.com/company/board_of_directors/Michael_Golden.html”] Arthur Sulzberger, Jr., publisher of The New York Times, is no stranger to nepotism — he did succeed his father, after all.Now, per Jim Romenesko, there’s word that he might name his cousin Michael Golden, current vice chairman of the New York Times Company, CEO.
rumour: New York Times Publisher Might Name His Cousin CEO
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The ‘grey Lady’ Is Shedding 16 Regional Newspapers

[credit provider=”via Common American Journal” url=”http://commonamericanjournal.com/?p=5150″] NEW YORK (AP) — The New York Times Co. says it will sell its Regional Media Group to Halifax Media Holdings LLC for $143 million.The division being sold runs 16 small, regional newspapers including The Press Democrat in Santa Rosa, Calif.; the News Chief […]
The ‘grey Lady’ Is Shedding 16 Regional Newspapers