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“It used to be that we told the readers what’s important. Now, we have a conversation every day about what topics people are interested in on a day-to-day basis.” The Trib also generates more stories than in the past, although many are shorter. The company set a goal for each reporter to generate three stories daily, but Bertetto said editors vary that expectation based on the types of stories and each reporter’s workload. In May, Trib reporters produced 7,379 stories — a 20 percent increase from the same month in 2017. The Trib also has more online traffic now. TribLIVE.com had 2.72 million total users in their entire multi-county coverage area in May, an increase of 19 percent over the same month in 2017, while page views increased 56 percent to 21.86 million, according to statistics the company shares with employees each quarter. The numbers do not break out how many users come from Pittsburgh or Allegheny County, although Bertetto said that Pittsburgh remains the top city for total page views most weeks. Males aged 18-34 usually make up the Trib’s top demographic, Bertetto said. Though the numbers given don’t tell us what readers are clicking on, sports coverage remains a key item for both the Trib and Post-Gazette. Online startups have divided over either devoting all of their coverage to sports — such as DK Pittsburgh Sports or The Athletic — or not covering sports at all. The Trib continues to provide its online content for free, while the Post-Gazette limits registered users to 15 free downloads a month without a paid subscription. The Post-Gazette offers its PG NewsSlide app for free on tablets and smartphones.
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of The Leader, a newspaper serving North Pulaski, Lonoke and White counties, says his newspaper will step into a void created in North Little Rock by closure this week of the North Little Rock Times. Gatehouse Media told employees of two weeklies published in Lonoke and Pulaski counties, the latter published as North Little Rock Times, with inserts from Maumelle, Sherwood Jacksonville, that editions this week would be the last. All employees will be terminated as of the end of the week. Feldman sent this message to the Arkansas Press Association: Starting next week, The Leader will expand with a North Little Rock edition. We want to give NLR Times subscribers a free Leader if we could get their names. I left a message with PB Commercial publisher but haven’t heard back. My goal is to reach 10,000 circulation in NLR as when the Chisms published the Times. We are still around and we can cover a city of 65,000. NLR needs a newspaper.
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