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Publisher News:
July 02, 2004
Copps: FCC May Tighten Media-Ownership Rules
(Mediaweek) The Federal Communications Commission could consider tightening media-ownership regulations as it rewrites them to satisfy a federal appeals court, Commissioner Michael Copps said Wednesday.
Eager Investors Eye Newspapers, But Who's Selling?
The economy is starting to heat up — and as a result, money is beginning to burn a hole in the pockets of some investors. John Cribb, principle broker at Cribb & Associates in Bozeman, Mont., says that the value of mid-sized papers is roughly 12 to 14 times operating profit.
Labor Strike Could Hit Newsprint Industry
Six years ago, the newsprint industry — beset by the whims of a volatile market — had an epiphany: In order to steady itself, it would extend labor contracts to its workers. "It was a breakthrough when it was signed," says Bernie Bottomley, president of Bottomley & Associates, a newsprint consultancy in Breckinridge, Colo.

July 01, 2004
Eager Investors Eye Newspapers, But Who's Selling?
The economy is starting to heat up — and as a result, money is beginning to burn a hole in the pockets of some investors. John Cribb, principle broker at Cribb & Associates in Bozeman, Mont., says that the value of mid-sized papers is roughly 12 to 14 times operating profit.
Labor Strike Could Hit Newsprint Industry
Six years ago, the newsprint industry — beset by the whims of a volatile market — had an epiphany: In order to steady itself, it would extend labor contracts to its workers. "It was a breakthrough when it was signed," says Bernie Bottomley, president of Bottomley & Associates, a newsprint consultancy in Breckinridge, Colo.
Newspapers to See Modest Growth in Coming Years
The American newspaper industry will see modest growth during the next five years, according to a forecast released today by PricewaterhouseCoopers. The largest advances are expected in national advertising


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