Digital Subscriptions Now Outpace Print at the Financial Times
By Katherine Noyes The virtual ink had barely dried on our Table of Estimated Subscription Revenues last week when the Financial Times published results indicating an even more successful year than we had estimated for the company. Most notably? For the first time, the publication's digital content revenues exceeded print content revenues in 2013. Not only did the Financial Times Group achieve profits of £55 million -- marking an underlying increase of 17% year-on-year -- but FT’s
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