Monday, August 6, 2007

Wired analyzes newspaper Information Centers

Many newspapers are increasing their focus on local news and are shifting resources to the Internet. But are recent changes too late to counter circulation declines?
The August edition of Wired magazine reviews how Gannett newspapers might be better off than some. They are running to address reader shift and circulation declines. "It's adapt or die," said Tom Callinan (right), editor of The Cincinnati Enquirer. Contributing editor Jeff Howe suggests, "Gannett has emerged as the first big publisher to attempt a wholesale reinvention of the newspaper."
Note: The mother sites to our site are referenced: and You'll read about Gannett investments made in video and other media.
Louisiana Gannett newspapers: The Times, Shreveport;The Town Talk, Alexandria;The Daily Advertiser, Lafayette;The News-Star, Monroe;Daily World, Opelousas

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