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President and General Manager

Columbia Daily Tribune
101 North 4Th Street
Columbia, Missouri 65201
United States

Company Description: The Columbia Daily Tribune, founded in 1901, is a family-owned regional newspaper and digital media company based in Columbia, Mo. The company is a division of...   more
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Columbia Missouri Chamber of Commerce
www.columbiamochamber.com, 16 Oct 2014 [cached]
Andy Waters , Columbia Daily Tribune/Tribune Publishing Co.
Board of Directors | Heart of Missouri United Way, Inc.
www.uwheartmo.org, 8 Aug 2014 [cached]
Andy Waters (2015) Columbia Daily Tribune
"For our iPad edition, we replicated ...
www.editorandpublisher.com, 2 April 2012 [cached]
"For our iPad edition, we replicated some elements that work really well in print, such as clean, uncluttered pages that flip instead of scroll and text in easy-to-read columns," said Andy Waters, the Tribune's general manager.
"When we began to plan to ...
www.fujifilmusa.com, 30 Sept 2011 [cached]
"When we began to plan to replace our existing platesetters we had three goals," said Andy Waters, Tribune Publishing president and general manager."We wanted to increase productivity, improve quality, and grow our business."
The upgrade replaced equipment that was reaching the end of its life cycle and nearly doubled plate throughput for each line. he increased throughput has enabled Tribune Publishing's prepress operators to save valuable time in the production cycle for each job.
It's a business model Andy ...
www.columbiatribune.com [cached]
It's a business model Andy Waters, vice president for interactive media at the Tribune, says just makes sense.
"This is a business decision for us, a way to come up with a sustainable business model so we can keep doing high-quality journalism," he said. "It's much more of a balanced approach to our operation."
Right now, advertisers and the Tribune's 20,000-some print subscribers pay for not only the publication itself but also for the editing and reporting staff that provide the content. Online advertising helps offset the cost to offer that content online but not enough to justify giving the product away for free, Waters said. "We came to a realization free online access is hurting us," he said.
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Because casual readers will continue to have free access to 10 local stories monthly and non-local content, Waters isn't worried about hurting the web traffic that supports online advertising. He's also not concerned about readers turning to other media outlets. After all, he said, thousands already are paying for the Tribune in print.
"Other people are doing local news in Columbia; there's no doubt about that," he said. "There always has been.
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well, it was fun while it lasted. good luck with that new business model Andy.
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Nice way to keep loyal customers Mr. Waters. NOT!
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