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Financial Times editor announces digital-first strategy

Lionel Barber’s email to FT staff Lionel Barber to cut 35 jobs in ‘big cultural shift’ for business daily Barber said the FT will make a net headcount reduction of 25 – after hiring 10 journalists for digital roles – in an effort to save £1.6m this year as part of the strategy, outlined to … Continue reading

Lionel Barber’s email to FT staff outlining digital-first strategy

                              Dear Colleagues, In my New Year message, I said 2013 would test our resolve to move further and faster to support top quality journalism in a rapidly changing media landscape. I now want to set out in detail how we … Continue reading

Research: The State of the News Media

by Laura Houston Santhanam and Tom Rosenstiel of the Project for Excellence in Journalism While print newspapers everywhere face difficult challenges in the future, newspapers in the United States today are suffering more acutely than those virtually anywhere else in the world. In sharp contrast with the U.S. situation, overall print newspaper circulation worldwide has … Continue reading

Financial Times app for iPad and iPhone

FT launched a new, faster, more complete app for the iPad and iPhone which is available via your browser rather than from an app store. We’re encouraging our readers to switch immediately to the new FT web app, as many new features and sections will be added over the coming weeks. Make sure you don’t … Continue reading

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