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The calm before the storm: Why media channels die quickly - Marketing Land

…story here. The internet had been taking market share away from newspapers since at least 1998, and yet revenue continued to rise quickly for newspapers. As the following graph from the Newspaper Association of America shows, newspaper readership hit a high note in 1990 — more than a decade…

Key Data From Pew's "State Of News Media" Report - Marketing Land

…charts above show the revenue breakdown by medium and revenue source. The newspaper audience continues to be dominated by print-only readers. Print is also where most of the revenue is still concentrated for newspapers. News magazine newsstand sales have plummeted for many publications but…

State Of The News Media: Everything In Decline But Digital - Marketing Land

…media across the board, not just newspapers. TV news, radio and magazines have seen their audiences decline as well. Last year, Newsweek published its last print edition. Time may well follow in the relatively near future. Some 450 of the 1,380 daily newspapers in the US are using or considering…