Joe Pompeo

<em>Times</em> brass tout native, digital subs as bright spots:

Executives tout native ad sales, and full digital subsciptions as high points, even as buyouts and print hurt earnings

Bio: Joe Pompeo is a senior reporter at Capital, where he covers media. He was previously a reporter at Yahoo News, Business Insider and The New York Observer.

Latest Articles:

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Jeff Bewkes talks M&A—but not Murdoch

Asked whether he thought Time Warner could scale as big as Fox on its own, he said "it could"

Aug. 6, 2014

 
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Lauren Kern headed back to New York mag

She succeeds John Homans as executive editor.

Aug. 4, 2014

 
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Mike Nizza named executive editor of Bloomberg’s politics site

The forthcoming website and television show helmed by Game Change co-authors Mark Halperin and John Heilemann is scheduled to debut on Oct. 6.

Aug. 4, 2014

 
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Jim Frederick remembered

Throughout the weekend the encomiums for the late author and editor kept coming.

Aug. 4, 2014

 
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Sam Sifton to head new ‘Food’ desk at Times

The department will include the dining section and the new NYT Cooking site.

Jul. 30, 2014

 
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Shorter Times?

One idea for a new product: A shorter, less expensive version of the print newspaper.

Jul. 30, 2014

 
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Times touts young demo for NYT Now, though numbers disappointed

During the second quarter, the Times signed up 32,000 additional subscribers between all three of these products and the standard all-access digital plans combined. It did not break out numbers for the individual offerings.

Jul. 29, 2014

 
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Times reports digital circulation gain, but what’s driving it?

The total number of people paying to read the Times on web browsers and mobile devices is now around 831,000, up from 799,000 as of the end of the first quarter.

Jul. 29, 2014

 
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The Enquirer exposed!

Young Dylan Howard wants to return a notorious tabloid to respectability ... almost.

Jul. 28, 2014

 
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Beach reads where reporters are the stars

Yes, another crop of romans-a-clefs where journalists are the stars

Jul. 25, 2014