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Shaping the Future of the Newspaper

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The Christian Science Monitor, which switched its main emphasis from print to online three years ago, is aiming to be self-sufficient by 2017, and its editor, John Yemma, tells Poynter's Rick Edmonds that "he expects to get there ahead of schedule."

In the context of the British inquiry into the press, the Guardian reported that Lord Justice Leveson has indicated that the second part of the Leveson inquiry, which was due to investigate the extent of crimes committed at News International and other media organisations, may not go ahead.

As an ever-increasing number of news organisations begin charging for digital content, industry analyst Ken Doctor examines the importance of pricing and some of the lessons learned so far in his latest post at Nieman Lab.

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Federica Cherubini

Date

2012-05-03 17:51

Shaping the Future of the News Publishing


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