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  1. ink-stained wretches
    Gannett Skipping USA Today in Paywall Expansion The nation’s largest newspaper publisher will start charging online, with one exception.
  2. ink-stained wretches
    Gannett to Lay Off 700 EmployeesThe newspaper company continues to experience an ad slump.
  3. media deathwatch
    Gannett Lays Off a Total of 1,400 WorkersBut they were valued while they were there.
  4. media deathwatch
    Seattle Post-Intelligencer Proves to Be Depressing Indicator for the Future of Printless NewspapersToday’s displeasing news about the news.
  5. media deathwatch
    Layoffs at Richmond Times-Dispatch, More at Gannett?The media cuts keep coming.
  6. media deathwatch
    Genre Magazine Ceases PublicationThat’s not the only tough news for the media today.
  7. media deathwatch
    Obama or No, the Media Keeps on EvolvingToday we have people getting new jobs, losing old ones, and just plain disappearing.
  8. media deathwatch
    Washington Post Appoints First Woman, Gannett Staffers Take a ‘Vacation’More media bad news, disguised as good, in our daily roundup.
  9. media deathwatch
    The Media Misses CaviarDon’t we all.
  10. media deathwatch
    MTV Cuts, NYT TwittersToday’s bad news in media employment.
  11. ink-stained wretches
    So Will Anything Good Come of All These Media Layoffs?Isn’t this how we’re finally going to figure out this whole transition to new media? Because we have to?
  12. in other news
    Print Organizations Band Together, But Who Will Remain on the Island?MEDIA • Print organizations make like Survivor: The New York Times, Hearst, Tribune, and Gannet form an alliance to back a new online company called quadrantONE. [USAT] • Star magazine makes no apologies for paying sources for scoops. In fact, “right underneath [Candace] Trunzo’s editor’s note in the current issue is an unbridled pitch with dollar signs around the edges.” [NYP] • Bad blood is brewing between Barron’s and CNBC after the publication ran a critical story about Mad Money’s Jim Cramer. [CJR]