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  • HP T400 Color Inkjet Web Press to Enable First High-Volume Digitally Printed Newspaper at Mengis Druck AG
    From June, 3rd 2015 - added on June, 3rd 2015

    The first HP T400 Color Inkjet Web Press has been purchased in Switzerland, and will be the first digital press to be solely used for the high-volume newspaper, the Walliser Bote.

  • Newspaper Business Model Evolving; Revenue Streams Diversifying
    From April, 18th 2014 - added on May, 20th 2014

    While newspaper revenue from traditional print ad channels is declining, revenues grew in new and developing areas in 2013, reflecting an industry evolving its business model in a significant way, reports the NAA.

  • The Wealthy Engage Most With Ads In Printed Newspapers
    From May, 1st 2014 - added on May, 8th 2014

    When it comes to ad engagement, a survey finds that the wealthy - about 9% of the population - are more likely to pay attention to advertising in printed newspapers than in any other format.

  • Pew: Newspapers Account for 60% of Total News Revenue
    From March, 26th 2014 - added on April, 14th 2014

    According to Pew, newspapers remain far and away the clear news revenue leader, as compared to different types of news media (TV, digital, etc.), accounting for close to 60% of the total news revenue of $63.2 billion.

  • Two-Thirds of Small Town Residents Read Community Newspapers
    From February, 4th 2014 - added on February, 6th 2014

    Approximately two-thirds (67%) of residents in small U.S. communities regularly read their local newspaper. Seven out of ten (71%) say advertisement in these papers help them make better purchasing decisions.

  • The Top Coupon and Deal Source for Digitally Connected Millennials? The Newspaper
    From September, 11th 2013 - added on September, 13th 2013

    While Millennials are heavy digital users, this group also embraces print for savings as much as any other age group; In fact, newspapers are the top source for deals for young adults (18-34).

  • Mobile News Increasingly Taking Bite Out of Print Newspaper Subscriptions
    From May, 1st 2013 - added on August, 21st 2013

    The rapidly increasing use of mobile media devices for news is contributing to the general decline in subscriptions to printed newspapers, a study by the Reynolds Journalism Institute finds.

  • Consumer Attitudes Towards Paywalls Shifting
    From June, 20th 2013 - added on July, 8th 2013

    According to a study by Oxford University's Reuters Institute Study of Journalism, twice as many consumers are willing to pay for online news content than a year ago.

  • Newspaper Trends Survey: The Highs and Lows
    From June, 3rd 2013 - added on June, 24th 2013

    The annual World Press Trends survey of the World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers (WAN-IFRA) finds print newspaper circulations continued to rise in Asia while they decline in mature markets in the West.

  • 7 in 10 Adults Access Content from Newspaper Media Each Week
    From March, 25th 2013 - added on May, 23rd 2013

    A majority of U.S. adults (69%) read newspaper media content in print or online in a typical week, or access it on mobile devices in a typical month; This includes six out of 10 (59%) young adults, ages 18-24.

  • Four Out of 5 Take Action Thanks to Newspaper Ads
    From April, 15th 2013 - added on May, 10th 2013

    Four out of five U.S. adults say they took action as a result of print newspaper ad in the past month, and 53% made a purchase, according to a recent NAA study.

  • Nielsen: Newspaper Ads Touted for Engagement and Influence
    From April, 16th 2013 - added on April, 17th 2013

    A Nielsen survey of 5,000 U.S. adults finds newspapers (print and online) lead for ad engagement, influencing purchases, and more.

  • Male Sports Fans Love Their Local Newspaper Sports Pages
    From March, 8th 2013 - added on March, 11th 2013

    A new study of sports media consumption finds local newspaper sports pages are the go-to place male sports fans -- despite the many digital and mobile options.