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What The Guardian really thinks about newsprint

‘Dead trees’ aren’t dead – they’re just dying. As news publishing’s funding dilemma grows more acute, everyone seems to know what The Guardian should do. Plenty of opinions were floated this week, as the paper denied it will stop printing.

Rusbridger: Does Journalism Exist?

Thank you for inviting me to give this lecture in honour of the memory of Hugh Cudlipp.

Ask any British journalist who were their edito…

Guardian.co.uk Planning Paid-For iPhone App

Guardian.co.uk is preparing to launch an iPhone app and it’s likely to charge for it, paidContent:UK has learned.

Guardian News & Media con…

Guardian Drops Unlimited Branding For Website

I never understood the point of “Unlimited”…The concept was that the online version is not bound by the limitations of print, and hence th…

Guardian America Website To Launch Next Week

So it is finally decided: Guardian America’s website is launching Tuesday, October 23. The URL, as previously announced is Guardianamerica.c…

Guardian Online In Profits?

Guardian Online, one of the biggest news/newspapers sites in UK, is in profits this year, according to Simon Waldman, director of digital pu…

Forum seeks VoIP boost in Japan

What with all those fat pipes coming to their homes, Japanese consumers could soon become the test bed for newer VoIP technologies.…

Guardian Discovers, um, Web

“Take a medium and a bright idea and you have movement that begins to leave the poor old print world – with its lorries and presses and heav…

Guardian Moves Into Dating

Guardian Newspapers will take its “Soulmates” dating service online next week. The launch comes on the back of its existing telephone dating…

Guardian Unlimited Introduces Registration

The Guardian’s media section online has started with its planned registration scheme…”As others have had to introduce controls and chargin…

Guardian’s Digital Edition Set For Launch

Guardian’s digital edition is set for launch coming week…The Guardian digital edition will cost £9.99 a month, The Observer’s £4.99, wit…

The Sticky Scans of Waldman

Simon Waldman, the director of digital publishing at Guardian Newspapers, is in the center of a rather sticky copyright controversy…NY Tim…

The Guardian of the Web

An interview with Emily Bell, the editor-in-chief of Gurdian Unlimited, the online version of Guardian UK…On the reason for its huge popul…

Guardian’s Website Down

(Update: 4:20 GMT: the site’s back up now) Guardian Unlimited, the popular website of Guardian UK, has been down today, due to what it calls…

Guardian Defends Online Charges-Online

Something I mentioned here before: Guardian did an online chat with site editor Emily Bell, explaining the launch of premium versions of the…

Guardian Editor Chats About Premium Services

In a rather unusual step, Guardian Unlimited (the web division of Guardian UK) editor-in-chief Emily Bell had a live chat with the site’s re…

Unlimited Thinking

A rather interesting profile of Simon Waldman, head of Guardian’s online efforts, in latest New Media Age (not online)…
The story characte…

The Defining Moment for Online Newspapers

The Register captures the zeitgeist surprisingly well: Guardian’s launch of new premium services is a defining moment in UK online media mar…

Cautious Words of Waldman

: (Read the story below first, on Guardian’s launch of premium services): Simon Waldman, the director of digital publishing at Guardian News…

The Downsides of Highs

An interesting story on how all the investments made by online news sites in the Iraq conflict may not necessarily translate well for the bo…