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Japanese Newspaper Retracts Fukushima Disaster Report and Fires Editor – New York Times

Friday, September 12, 2014

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Scottish independence: The Scotsman newspaper backs ‘No’ vote – BBC News

Friday, September 12, 2014

11 September 2014 Last updated at 08:55 Edinburgh-based newspaper The Scotsman has come out in support of a “No” vote in next week’s Scottish independence referendum. On its front page it said its “verdict” about the choice faced by voters was “better together”. Its 2,000 word editorial comes after the London-based Financial Times declared itself in favour…

Venezuela’s oldest newspaper shuts down – Washington Post

Friday, September 12, 2014

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All eyes on Rupert Murdoch over the Sun’s Scottish independence stance – The Guardian

Friday, September 12, 2014

Rupert Murdoch‘s intrusion into the Scottish referendum debate shows that the old media tycoon remains emotionally wedded to populism. It is in his nature to dislike those elites of which he is not a member and he perceives in Alex Salmond an anti-establishment figure who could well upset the United Kingdom apple cart. Murdoch, grandson of a Scot, has posted seven tweets to date that rejoice in the movement of…

Japanese Newspaper Retracts Fukushima Disaster Story and Fires Editor – New York Times

Thursday, September 11, 2014

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Venezuela’s Oldest Newspaper Avoids Shutdown – ABC News

Thursday, September 11, 2014

Venezuela’s oldest newspaper says it has staved off closure by reaching a deal with a state company guaranteeing it newsprint for at least two more weeks. El Impulso announced Wednesday that it would stop circulation as of Monday because of falling advertising, mounting inflation and a lack of basic materials. The daily has reported on the western city of Barquisimeto for 110 years. But newspaper marketing director Gisela Carmona said…

Thursday’s National Newspaper Front Pages – Sky News

Thursday, September 11, 2014

THE PAPERS’ TOP STORIES :: The Daily Telegraph, Daily Mail Economic fears have halted the Alex Salmond bandwagon. :: Daily Record A poll has put the ‘No’ campaign ahead 53% to 47%. :: The Guardian Mortgage lending could dry up in an independent Scotland. :: The Times Blue-chip companies have warned of the dangers of independence for Scotland. :: Metro, The Independent, i Nick Clegg, David Cameron and Ed Miliband…

Scottish independence: The Scotsman newspaper backs ‘No’ vote – BBC News

Thursday, September 11, 2014

11 September 2014 Last updated at 08:55 Edinburgh-based newspaper The Scotsman has come out in support of a “No” vote in next week’s Scottish independence referendum. On its front page it said its “verdict” about the choice faced by voters was “better together”. Its 2,000 word editorial comes after the London-based Financial Times declared itself in favour…

Scottish independence: The Scotsman newspaper backs ‘No’ vote – BBC News

Thursday, September 11, 2014

11 September 2014 Last updated at 08:55 Edinburgh-based newspaper The Scotsman has come out in support of a “No” vote in next week’s Scottish independence referendum. On its front page it said its “verdict” about the choice faced by voters was “better together”. Its 2,000 word editorial comes after the London-based Financial Times declared itself in favour…

Sun swings towards yes vote for Scotland – The Guardian (blog)

Thursday, September 11, 2014

Rupert Murdoch‘s Sun is teetering on the brink of advising its readers of its Scottish edition to vote yes in the independence referendum. The tabloid has prepared the ground over the past week by damning the Better Together campaign, which is urging the Scots to vote no, and heaping scorn on the leaders of the three main English-based parties. As the largest-selling paper north of the border, with 246,000 buyers…

Venezuela’s Oldest Newspaper Shuts Down – ABC News

Thursday, September 11, 2014

Venezuela’s oldest newspaper is shutting down because of a lack of newsprint and a difficult economic climate as the country grapples with chronic shortages. El Impulso announced Wednesday that it will stop circulation because of falling advertising, mounting inflation and a lack of basic materials. The daily has reported on the western city of Barquisimeto for 110 years. Venezuelan newspapers have long been beset by currency controls that make it…

All eyes on Rupert Murdoch over the Sun’s Scottish independence stance – The Guardian

Thursday, September 11, 2014

Rupert Murdoch‘s intrusion into the Scottish referendum debate shows that the old media tycoon remains emotionally wedded to populism. It is in his nature to dislike those elites of which he is not a member and he perceives in Alex Salmond an anti-establishment figure who could well upset the United Kingdom apple cart. Murdoch, grandson of a Scot, has posted seven tweets to date that rejoice in the movement of…

Rupert Murdoch’s Sun swings towards yes vote for Scotland – The Guardian (blog)

Thursday, September 11, 2014

Rupert Murdoch‘s Sun is teetering on the brink of advising its readers of its Scottish edition to vote yes in the independence referendum. The tabloid has prepared the ground over the past week by damning the Better Together campaign, which is urging the Scots to vote no, and heaping scorn on the leaders of the three main English-based parties. As the largest-selling paper north of the border, with 246,000 buyers…

All eyes on Rupert Murdoch over the Sun’s Scottish independence stance – The Guardian

Thursday, September 11, 2014

Rupert Murdoch‘s intrusion into the Scottish referendum debate shows that the old media tycoon remains emotionally wedded to populism. It is in his nature to dislike those elites of which he is not a member and he perceives in Alex Salmond an anti-establishment figure who could well upset the United Kingdom apple cart. Murdoch, grandson of a Scot, has posted seven tweets to date that rejoice in the movement of…

Venezuela’s Oldest Newspaper Shuts Down – ABC News

Thursday, September 11, 2014

Venezuela’s oldest newspaper is shutting down because of a lack of newsprint and a difficult economic climate as the country grapples with chronic shortages. El Impulso announced Wednesday that it will stop circulation because of falling advertising, mounting inflation and a lack of basic materials. The daily has reported on the western city of Barquisimeto for 110 years. Venezuelan newspapers have long been beset by currency controls that make it…

All eyes on Rupert Murdoch over the Sun’s Scottish independence stance – The Guardian

Thursday, September 11, 2014

Rupert Murdoch‘s intrusion into the Scottish referendum debate shows that the old media tycoon remains emotionally wedded to populism. It is in his nature to dislike those elites of which he is not a member and he perceives in Alex Salmond an anti-establishment figure who could well upset the United Kingdom apple cart. Murdoch, grandson of a Scot, has posted seven tweets to date that rejoice in the movement of…

Poynter.org rips Vanity Fair over disrupter-list diversity. But what about … – Washington Post (blog)

Thursday, September 11, 2014

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Home-delivered newspapers stolen from driveways on Long Island – WABC-TV

Thursday, September 11, 2014

Police confirm they are looking into reports that more than 60 newspapers have been stolen from the Sound Beach/Miller Place area in the past two weeks. Tony Randazzo told Eyewitness News that police are taking a look at his surveillance video which shows a woman jumping out of a truck, coming onto his driveway, and taking his Sunday paper. “You feel violated. It’s a stupid paper. It’s a couple of…

All eyes on Rupert Murdoch over the Sun’s Scottish independence stance – The Guardian

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Rupert Murdoch‘s intrusion into the Scottish referendum debate shows that the old media tycoon remains emotionally wedded to populism. It is in his nature to dislike those elites of which he is not a member and he perceives in Alex Salmond an anti-establishment figure who could well upset the United Kingdom apple cart. Murdoch, grandson of a Scot, has posted seven tweets to date that rejoice in the movement of…

News Corp. CEO touts newspaper improvements, tighter focus – Capital New York

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

News Corp. C.E.O. Robert Thomson is optimistic about improvements at the company’s newspapers despite ongoing declines in advertising revenues. In particular, Thomson said Wednesday at the 23rd Annual Goldman Sachs Communicopia Conference in New York, local advertising revenues have been bolstered at News Corp’s newspapers in Australia, where the company was founded. The Australian newspapers, which include The Australian, The Daily Telegraph and The Herald Sun, have been a consistent…