Robert Andrews reports on the relationship between American and U.K. newspapers:
Efforts by titles like Guardian.co.uk and Mail Online to gain U.S. audiences are not just hubristic attempts at conquering, Beatles-style, America. For some, they may be a crucial last throw of the dice at making the news business work.
The shrinking of the printed news market has accelerated in the last couple of years, and domestic digital returns have not met once-heady expectations. The UK is a small, finite market, in which these titles have already won.