Who's profitable?

June 1999
Editor & Publisher;06/26/99, Vol. 132 Issue 26, p30
Trade Publication
Reports on an analysts' meeting in New York City where newspaper executives discussed the profitability of online publishing. Forecast by Gannett chairman John Curley that USAToday.com will post a profit in 1999; Increase in revenues for startribune.com; Optimism by Knight Ridder chief executive officer Tony Ridder that Real Cities will post revenues totalling $30 million in 1999.


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