Rupert Murdochthe head of News Corp. The use of the titles "Mr.
The front- nameplate of The Standard-Times displays its home city's name in small print and trumpets a regional identity, "Serving the SouthCoast Community. Its circulation in was given at 6, It split off topfka the s. The paper is now based at 45 Slocumb Road, Dartmouth.
Daily Monday through Saturday circulation for The Standard-Times averaged 31, in mid, down slightly from the 33, reported earlier that year. CEO and former Wall Indepndent Journal editor Robert James Thomson indicated that the newspapers were "not strategically consistent with the emerging portfolio" of the company.
By Septembercirculation had fallen sharply to 24, and 26, for daily and Sunday circulation respectively. Kennedy came under fire for New Bedford boosterism again in the s, as critics alleged that his support for building a multimillion-dollar aquarium—he served on the board of directors for the waterfront "Oceanarium"—was skewing The Standard-Times' coverage of cost overruns and delays.
Following the introduction of the paywall, site visitors fell. Its circulation in was given as 2, Founding aouth and publisher Sidney Hathaway relinquished control of the paper to his son, Warren, in the s.
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Hathaway bought the Gazette in As at Maycirculation had continued to fall, with daily print circulation down to 18, 20, Sunday circulation and daily e-sales of 2, Sunday circulation. Ragsdale, who died in E-sales, while increasing, have not offset this decline in circulation.
Following a series of lay-offs between andthe Standard-Times placed a paywall on its website on January 12, The flagship of the Hathaway chain, it has been headquartered at County Street, Somerset, since Its circulation in was given as 5, In addition to Fairhaven, the newspaper also covers news and sports in Acushnet, Massachusetts.
O Jornal, a Portuguese-language weekly newspaper now owned by GateHouse Mediawas purchased by The Standard-Times in from Kathy Castro and was sold in in a deal with two Fall River residents, Robert and James Karam, after Ottaway threatened to close it during staff cuts late in The newspaper focuses on features and community news in a mid-size city -- "It's about real life, a city's life, made up of a million little moments of human interaction and companionship," as the newspaper's Website says -- competing with The Herald News of Fall River on its home turf.
Ragsdale was also credited with publishing drug and prostitution cases separately from other court news, in running features called Drug Watch and Prostitution Watch.