Amazing stat of the day: Newsweek's paid newsstand circulation is less than 67,000 copies a week:
"Newsweek lost $20.3 million in the first quarter of this year on revenue of $46.1 million. Those are ugly numbers. But given the circulation statistics, they're hardly surprising. It's a little hard to see why—especially in an age of real-time online news—The Washington Post Co. is keeping Newsweek alive. Readers (and advertisers) just don't seem to care."
Wednesday, July 22, 2009
Oce should call Newsweek should call Oce to talk to them about clickable newspapers instead of high school textbooks
at 8:12 AM