1. Top-tier papers like the NYT, for all their faults, are necessary to the USA as a whole, and this article discusses their situations.
This is a good article so far (about half-way through, the nonprofit stuff is neat) but newspapers really need to understand the internet better at the management/owner level. Because geeze oh man, if they had only paid attention to the internet back in like 2002, they'd be in a hell of a lot better shape at the moment (not saying much).
I don't see why. Most people either actively block or are naturally blind to ads.
Your starting salary as a trainee reporter on a local/regional paper could be as low as £10,000, but you should expect rises of £2,000 to £3,000 as you progress through your training period. Starting salaries for postgraduate trainees on a national paper are higher and range upwards from £14,000. The average salary for all journalists is £22,500 but that conceals considerable variation: the average salary for staff on national newspapers is £40,000 and on regional papers £17,500.
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