EU sources -The European newspaper industry portrayed -February 02, 2013

The European Restructuring Monitor (ERM) Quarterly of Eurofound provides data on macroeconomic trends and prospects. The first issue of 2013 has a focus on the European print media, where falling circulation and technological changes are squeezing the sector. The sector has experienced huge changes in recent years, due to competition from online media and the plethora of free news sources on offer. Changing reader habits, in particular those of young people, mean that online provision is gaining readership while print media is losing out. Thus, the sector has experienced significant business restructuring in many countries, which is likely to persist as newspapers continue to suffer from decreases in sales, subscriptions and advertising revenue.

English: http://www.eurofound.europa.eu/pubdocs/2013/08/en ...  

 

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