The New York Times newspaper is changing format, going to a 48 inch width web and adding more pages for a net reduction in news content of 5%. Consolidating printing plants will reduce jobs. The following internal NYT memos were found here Clearly, $41 million in annual savings, smaller size, and less paper are substantive reasons for change.
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First, one should note this shift from landlines to mobile telephone lines, which is changing the basis of competition for traditional telecommunications carriers, Incumbent Local Exchange Carriers (ILEC) and Competitive Local Exchange Carriers (CLEC), alik
On "CBS News Unveils Web Strategy." Television broadcasters have enjoyed continuing streams of revenues from advertising - even increasing streams, even after these are proving less effective for advertisers. Viewership clearly is fractured, no longer just three (anyone remember?) or four television/video channels.