No More Late News: Financial Times Moves to One Print Edition Daily

The Financial Times will consolidate the multiple print editions it publishes each night into a single, global newspaper in the first half of 2014, using its website for breaking news as the publisher focuses on growth in digital products and perhaps sets the stage for eventual further reductions in print. The paper may also start arriving in a single section."The 1970s-style newspaper publishing process -- making incremental changes to multiple editions through the night -- is dead," Lionel Barber, the Financial Times's editor, said today in a memo to staff posted on its website. "In future, our print product will derive from the Web offering -- not vice versa."The web staff will take the lead, Mr. Barber added: Continue reading at AdAge.com Continue reading at 'Advertising Age'

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