Jun 17, 2014

Print media crunched as News and Fairfax revenues crumble

The latest advertising revenue data shows newspaper revenue is collapsing, while Ten and pay-TV are also struggling, Glenn Dyer and Bernard Keane write.

Bernard Keane — Politics editor

Bernard Keane

Politics editor

The latest advertising revenue data from the Standard Media Index puts Malcolm Turnbull's efforts at media "reform" in a somewhat different context to the one you'll see in newspaper coverage: the newspaper industry is in a full-fledged crisis.

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4 thoughts on “Print media crunched as News and Fairfax revenues crumble

  1. Bill Hilliger

    Bad statistics for news corpse is good news for democracy.

  2. Kevin Herbert

    Bill Hilliger: nice one….I don’t have to comment now,

  3. klewso

    Amerkin free-marketeer Murdoch told us “The bludger should not be our (i.e. your/Australia’s) national icon” – so he props up his The Oz with wads of shareholder money?

  4. Bill Hilliger

    Klewso …and, I think, about 700 million in taxation breaks ..funding. (recent article in Crikey)

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