LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's biggest-selling newspaper the Sun is to …

The Sun To Tear Down Paywall To Boost Readership

LONDON (Reuters) – Britain’s biggest-selling newspaper the Sun is to take down its online paywall, after the Rupert Murdoch-owned tabloid failed to win enough readers in the latest troubled digital experiment for a traditional publisher. The scrapping of the online

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Opposition Turkish Newspapers Dress Front Pages in Black After Police Storm HQ

Turkish newspapers Bugün and Millet have painted their front pages black in protest of a Wednesday morning police raid on their offices, as well as the offices of Bugün TV and Kanaltürk. Police shut down the Kozi-Ipek media network and attacked journalists and protesters with tear gas and water cannons in what many claim is an abuse of government power.

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Islamist Mob Stones Turkey’s Hurriyet Newspaper Offices Shouting ‘God is Great’

A swarm of angry pro-Justice and Development Party protesters led by an Istanbul member of Parliament attacked Turkey’s Hurriyet newspaper with stones, shouting “God is great” and asserting that President Recep Tayyip Erdogan would continue ruling the country regardless of the upcoming election’s outcome.


Newspapers Still Facing Troubles with Continued Job Loss

The decline of the newspaper industry is continuing as analysts report that overall another 10.4 percent of newsroom jobs have been lost. Minority jobs in the industry have also fallen to a new low level.