History[ edit ] to [ edit ] Launched inthe first issue of The Independent was published on 7 October in broadsheet format. Marcus Sieff was the first chairman of Newspaper Publishing, and Whittam Smith took control of the paper. Rupert Murdoch was challenging long-accepted practices of the print unions and ultimately defeated them in the Wapping dispute. Consequently, production costs could be reduced which, it was said at the time,[ by whom?
Newsroom of The New York TimesThe newspaper industry has always been cyclical, and the industry has weathered previous troughs. Television 's arrival in the s began the decline of newspapers as most people's source of daily news.
But the explosion of the Internet in the s increased the range of media choices available to the average reader while further cutting into newspapers' dominance as the source of news. Television and the Internet both bring news to the consumer faster and in a more visual style than newspapers, which are constrained by their physical format and their physical manufacturing and distribution.
Competing mediums also offer advertisers moving images and sound. And the Internet search function allows advertisers to tailor their pitch to readers who have revealed what they are seeking—an enormous advantage. Press baron Rupert Murdoch once described the profits flowing from his stable of newspapers as "rivers of gold", but several years later said, "sometimes rivers dry up.
Many of these 'new media' are not saddled with expensive union contracts, printing presses, delivery fleets and overhead built over decades. Many of these competitors are simply 'aggregators' of news, often derived from print sources, but without print media's capital-intensive overhead.
Carrollformer editor of the Los Angeles Times for five years. Blogs cannot afford it. So-called narrowcasting has splintered audiences into smaller and smaller slivers.
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But newspapers have not been alone in this: With social media sites overtaking TV as a source for news for young people, news organisations have become increasingly reliant on social media platforms for generating traffic.
A report by Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism described how a 'second wave of disruption' had hit news organisations,  with publishers such as The Economist having to employ large social media teams to optimise their posts and maximise traffic.
In andthree other U. But the credit rating agencies still cut the rating on Times Company's debt to junk statusand the cash crunch at The New York Times prompted it to threaten to shutter The Boston Globe unless workers made deep concessions.
One development occurred in midwhen billionaire Jeff Bezosfounder of Amazon. The Post company had sold Newsweek a few years earlier. The purchase, which ended the more than year ownership of the paper by the Graham family, was called "generous"[ citation needed ] by publisher Katharine Weymouthwho was asked to remain at the helm.
When it was noted that the paper might have to run stories which are critical of Amazon. Over that same period, circulation per capita declined from 35 percent in the mids to under 15 percent.
The number of newspaper journalists has decreased from 43, in to 33, in Other traditional news media have also suffered. Please update this article to reflect recent events or newly available information. June In the United Kingdomnewspaper publishers have been similarly hit. In late The Independent announced job cuts, and in The Independent's print edition ceased circulation.
Newspapers in Switzerland and the Netherlands, for instance, have lost half of their classified advertising to the Internet. At its convention, held in GothenburgSwedenthe World Association of Newspapers released figures showing newspaper circulations and advertising had actually climbed in the previous year.
Newspaper sales were up nearly 2. Sales of newspapers rose in Latin AmericaAsia and the Middle Eastbut fell in other regions of the world, including Western Europewhere the proliferation of free dailies helped bolster overall circulation figures.
While Internet revenues are rising for the industry, the bulk of its Web revenues come from a few areas, with most revenue generated in the United States, western Europe and Asia—Pacific region.
The technology revolution has meant that readers accustomed to waiting for a daily newspaper can now receive up-to-the-minute updates from Web portals, bloggers and new services such as Twitter.
In some countries, such as Indiathe newspaper remains more popular than Internet and broadcast media. Even where the problems are felt most keenly, in North America and Europe, there have been recent success stories, such as the dramatic rise of free daily newspapers, like those of Sweden 's Metro International as well as papers targeted towards the Hispanic market, local weekly shoppers,  and so-called hyperlocal news.
In response to falling ad revenues and plunging circulation, many newspapers have cut staff as well as editorial content, and in a vicious cyclethose cuts often spur more and deeper circulation declines—triggering more loss of ad revenues. And no one has figured a way out.Discover the world of IOL, bringing you a mix of current news across politics, sport, business, motoring and lifestyle.
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