Newspapers curtail traditional methods of winning customers

New York Times
They’ve cut back on advertising, cold-calling people and offering promotional discounts. “It’s a rational business decision of newspapers focusing on quality circulation rather than quantity, shedding the subscribers who cost more and generate less revenue,” says Colby Atwood, head of media research firm Borrell Associates.

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