By paulgillin | December 24, 2008 - 11:17 am - Posted in Advertising, Business News, NewMedia

New York Times Co. advertising revenues dove almost 21% and overall revenue fell 14%, the company reported today.  The only good news: circulation revenues were up 4.2%.  Online sales fell 4% but are still up 11% for the year.  Declines were fairly consistent across the board, but revenue at the Times’ New England Media Group, which includes the Boston Globe, fell 23.3%.  The Times is evidently having little trouble attracting website traffic.  The company had the 10th largest presence on the web with 55 million unique visitors in the United States in November.  That’s up 11% from a year ago.

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  1. December 30, 2008 @ 6:29 pm



    Wouldn’t it be nice to see the Death of the liberal election machine The NY Times? Maybe about time to purge the country of fallen, discredible media liek NYT.

    Posted by joe silver