Month: December 2008

Is Saturday the new Sunday? Juan Antonio Giner says so, in reference to the announced beefing up of the London Times Saturday edition. Which makes me wonder: in the executive…

Gina Chen, a 20-year newspaper journalist and Family Life Editor at the Syracuse (NY) Post-Standard, just started blogging about media this month at SaveTheMedia.com. (She also blogs, prolifically, at her…

In lieu of a real post, today NaN’s Departments of Recycling and Shameless Self-Promotion have teamed up to offer a list of the posts on this blog that summarize its…

All best wishes for the holidays to readers of News after Newspapers. I’ll be back in action by Sunday, or so.

Since I came out with my own predictions for 2009, a number of other media blogs have posted lists of media-related prognostications. Here’s a roundup: Sarah Perez of ReadWriteWeb offers…

The announcements now being made in Detroit appear to confirm the earlier rumors: Changes due to occur in first quarter 2009 include: Expanding digital information channels that provide news and…

Update, December 2009: I’ve posted my scorecard on these predictions. While we’re waiting for the shoes to drop in Detroit, and before everybody drops out of circulation for the holidays,…

The Wall Street Journal has added a tidbit to what we know about looming plans for the Detroit Newspaper Partnership, via an anonymous source “familiar with the company’s thinking”: The…

Yesterday’s speculations about the future of Detroit’s newspapers have now yielded clear confirmation that something big is up. If the Detroit Newspaper Partnership shakeup was to have been limited to…