Dallas Morning News publisher: 7-day-a-week publication 'sustainable for another decade'


"We have far from given up on the print model. We're not modeling how to diminish it," James Moroney, publisher and CEO of The Dallas Morning News, tells Caitlin Johnston of the American Journalism Review. "I still think the seven-day-a-week business can be sustainable for another decade." Last month, the News' vice president for audience, Mark Medici, told the Inland Press Association conference that "we know in three years we won’t have a seven-day paper"; Moroney later said that it was all a “misstatement or a misunderstanding.” Related: Medici named vice president of audience and digital strategy for the Austin American-Statesman.

  • Charles Apple

    A longtime news artist and designer, Apple is the former graphics director of the Virginian-Pilot and the Des Moines Register. He teaches design and graphics workshops, does some consulting work and blogs for the American Copy Editors Society.


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