“The requirement to put foreclosure notices in newspapers is providing them with a bit of additional revenue.”
“To say that conservatives can't be heard in American newspapers is to live in a fantasy world.”
“We see no signs that a turnaround in newspapers is anywhere on the horizon," Morgan Stanley analyst Lisa Monaco told investors in a note Wednesday, adding that after seeing the second-quarter results, she is further convinced that Gannett and the industry overall will "continue to lose share to new media for the foreseeable future.”
“But rising mediocrity in newspapers is a habit, particularly in the Gannett newspaper chain that acquired the Republic and other Pulliam newspapers several years ago.”
“However, Ms. Rico's comments, many of which have been published in newspapers from the Hartford Courant to the Sacramento Bee, actually did influence me against seeing Apocalypto.”
“The story of the broken business model in newspapers is not about content, but about the application of technology.”
“The standard rule in newspapers is that letters to the editor are edited for typos and grammatical misfires, just like any other copy.”
“What I think the public objects to, in newspapers, is the attempt to make a sensation out of something that really is not very interesting, or very important, that is not, in fact, sensational at all.”
“Trouble with the newspapers is there is not enough words that a first grader knows/uses.”
“What a hoot to hear them label newspapers educational!”
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