‘Johnston Press profits fall by half’
Print advertising revenues at regional newspaper publisher Johnston Press have slumped by 12.5%, but digital revenues have risen by 8.4%.
‘NUJ avoids compulsory redundancies with 6 volunteers’
Six members of NUJ staff have volunteered for redundancy in order to avoid compulsory redundancies.
‘Social media and online comments ‘causing writers to self-censor”
Patrick Ness, author of A Monster Calls and multi-award-winning author has said that and instant feedback via social networking sites such as Twitter is encouraging a culture of self-censorship that threatens to stifle literary endeavour.
‘Recovering newspapermen recount industry’s path from innovative to ‘obsolete’’
Mark Potts on the rise and stall of digital innovation at The Washington Post in the 1990s.
‘How long-form journalism is getting ‘a new lease of life’ in the digital world’
Journalism.co.uk discusses long-form journalism.