Some headlines from the week in media June 30 - July 6.
Penguin Blog: Nick Hornby bemoans both e-books and the lack of interest in reading.
Radar Online: Gawker media keeps lowering their pay scales.
Bloomberg: Reports on the rapidly rising cost of newsprint. As if news wasn't bad enough in newspapers.
Reuters: Security Analysts following the newspaper industry are abondoning ship as well.
Forbes: Axel Springer are on the look out for acquisitions.
SF Gate: Is a Kindle to books as an iPod is to tunes?
Telegraph: Review of a book about 'the grandest name in [British] publishing' John Murray
Open Access News: Latest bruhaha in Journals publishing regarding Open Access Publisher Public Library of Science.
Private Equity Hub: Reed offering sweatener for Reed Business Deal
TimesOnline: Newspaper publisher Trinity Mirror may cut dividend after dropping its share buy-back program