July 21, 2011 08:50 ET

Equity Research on Gannett Co. and The New York Times Company - Newspapers Hurt by Declining Print Circulation and Ad Revenue

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Gannet Co., publisher of the USA Today, exemplified the latest trends in the newspaper industry. In its latest reported quarter, the company posted a $151.5 million decline in net income. Despite the overall decline, the company was able to grow worldwide digital revenues by almost 13%. Those gains were not enough to compensate for the 7% drop in advertising which accounts for roughly half of the company's revenue. Gannett Co. report is accessible for free by registering today at

Similarly, the New York Times Company has struggled to grow revenues, posting declines over the last three quarters. Like Gannet, The New York Times is seeing success in the digital medium with its mobile device pay model. The New York Times Company report is accessible for free by registering today at

Moving forward, newspapers appear to be moving in the right direction, shifting efforts into growing digital markets. However, with so much of a newspaper's revenues tied to traditional sources like print circulation and advertising, a transition back to profitability may not be feasible in the short-term.

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