Accuracy in Media

New York Times Axing Newsroom Jobs

After years of cutting jobs on the business side of the newspaper, The New York Times announced in a memo from executive editor Jill Abramson that it needs to start trimming back the newsroom operations, and is looking for 30 non-union newsroom managers to take a voluntary buyout: There is no getting around the hard news […]

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Newspaper Ad Revenues Are Falling Over a Cliff

While it has been widely reported that ad revenues, which are the lifeblood of every newspaper, have been falling for years, a new chart from the Newspaper Association of America shows just how much those revenues have fallen, portending an even bleaker future for the industry. Since 1950, adjusted for inflation, ad revenues have gone […]

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August 2014

8/1/2014 - New York Times’ Profits Slide 52% as Digital Subscriptions Slow

February 2014

2/6/2014 - Putting Perfume On A Pig? NY Times Ad Revenue Down, Yet Things Looking Up

December 2012

12/4/2012 - New York Times Axing Newsroom Jobs

March 2012

3/1/2012 - Newspaper Ad Revenues Are Falling Over a Cliff