Most Australian newspapers continue to bleed readers, but the weekend edition of Fairfax's business title has held its ground.
Some dead-tree media are not showing huge declines write Myriam Robin and Glenn Dyer. But these figures are not all that they seem ...
Despite continuing solid digital circulation gains for papers like The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal, the question still remains on whether people will pay for news.
Despite the usual attempts to spin the numbers, the quarterly newspaper circulation figures for March were not good.
Are tablets and new apps the saviors of newspapers as we know it?
News Ltd is the big loser from the slump in newspaper sales in 2010, casting doubt on the continuing presence of some senior editors and executives at Rupert Murdoch's Australian empire.
The debate about paywalls and whether to charge for online journalism took an interesting turn this week when John Fairfax was accused of not charging for newspapers.
Does anyone really know how many people are reading newspapers? Probably not. The industry has yet to come up with a robust way to measure online readership.