Cape Cod Times stops newspaper's delivery to community college bookstore
The students aren't buying enough copies to warrant the expense any longer
By Walter Brooks
CapeCodTODAY's sister newssite lauded by Columbia Journalism Review
Year-old "paperless newspaper" wins high praise from journalism's bible
Things must be getting a little hairy on Main Street HyannisTimes editor should have found out "Who's that knockin' at my door?"
Former Cape Cod Times Editor Cliff Schechtman moves northNew Press Herald Editor has some baggage
Reprinted with permission of Down East.
Power is on along Route 28 in West Dennis and Dennisport and Route 134 in South Dennis.
DENNIS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
Is the NewsCorp influence showing up in our local daily newspaper?Will you or your grandma make it on page 3?
60 percent of our local movie screens missing from paper for a month nowThe last Regal Cinema ad ran in Cape Cod Times on May 31
By Walter Brooks and staff
Local editorial cartoon is bad for Cape Cod #1 businessIt demonstrates a lack of knowledge of the daily's editors
On right is the editorial cartoon at the top of the Cape Cod Times editorial page Saturday April 30, 2011.
Reminding most readers who have never seen one what a newspaper was
By Walter Brooks, guerrilla marketer
Older readers are familiar with that old chestnut of a story which newspapers reprint every year around Christmas, "Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus."
A new survey predicts only 4 percent will pay for news Online news is the only area showing growth
Associated Press Digital News Executive named Publisher of Vineyard GazetteJane Seagrave has wide ranging newspaper experience
The web may be saving America for democracy and free speechCreator of Fox News buys local weekly, loses staff to online newssite
Island Philanthropists Jerome & Nancy Kohlberg are the new owners
Murdoch's new "The Daily" will try to take "free" out of the webWhat every web reader wants - yesterday's news tomorrow
Rupe is pending $30 million to stop free news online.
Newspaper's home delivery up $20.28 for each subscriberCape Cod Times subscribers to give newspaper an extra $710,000 yearly
Newspapers drop another 5 percent nationwide in 6 months, Globe drops 16 percent and newspapers continue circulation collapse
If it’s the Cape & Islands plate, it says you love bureaucracy