As Jim Romenesko notes, "This is incredible": In the US, the leadership of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists apparently changed their minds about live tweeting coverage of their open meeting and asked a reporter to leave the room.
The Australian Financial Review (AFR) will use up to two pages of content from the Financial Times under terms of a new content deal between the two publications, writes Emily Tullock on PANPA. AFR also now has 20,000 digital subscribers, Tullock notes.
US-based Gatehouse Media, which publishes 78 daily papers, announced this week that its digital revenue increased 32.3 percent over the previous year. However, total revenues for the second quarter were down 4.2 percent from the year before.
In another financial report, Andrew Pugh of Press Gazette writes that UK regional publisher Archant has reported an operating loss of £0.9m in the first half of 2012. "The figure is an improvement on the first half of 2012 when the group had an operating loss of £1.1m," Pugh notes.
For the second year in a row, Ralph Lauren is helping to provide free access to The New York Times iPad app. "The sponsorship is tied to the Olympics and will feature ads with U.S. Olympians, which will partner well with the Times’ special Olympics section," reports Justin Ellis on Nieman Journalism Lab.