Monday, November 3, 2008

Miami Herald and St. Petersburg Times to launch a combined Tallahassee bureau

There's a whole lotta combining and merging and sharing going on. Desperate to stay afloat in the face of plunging ad revenues and circulation declines, newspapers are learning to share with the competition. Read the latest development here.

In August, the Miami Herald announced an agreement to share "non-competitive web content" with the Sun-Sentinel and the Palm Beach Post.
McClatchy's Miami Herald to share content with 2 competing newspapers
More on the circulation collapse at the Miami Herald: there are 29,339 fewer daily subscribers than 6 months ago
Gulp!... in the past 10 years, Miami Herald's Sunday circulation has fallen by 160,768

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