Pulitzer Prize-winning humor columnist Dave Barry explains why he stopped writing a newspaper column, why he thinks newspapers are dead, and his opinion of newspaper podcasting.
eMarketer cites and verifies my speech to the World Association of Newspapers’ Advertising Conference.
Welcome to students of the University of Waikato’s Screen & Media Studies school in New Zealand who are using our 1998 ‘What is New Media?’ essay as the first tutorial assignment in their ‘SMST101-06A SCREEN STUDIES 1 – The Moving Image; course.
The World Association of Newspapers creates the Gebran Tueni Award, which will annually honor a newspaper publisher or editor in the Arab world who demonstrates the press freedom values upheld by Tueni.
British TV reviewer turned internet guru, John Naughton, foresees the end of traditional broadcasting and the rise of a new media ecology amid unending change. He names a few of its characteristics he foresees, in a Guardian essay (free registration required) that’s adapted from the UK Marketing Society’s Annual Lecture he delivered on February 28th. Worth reading.
American printed newspaper staffing and expenses benchmarks
According to Time Warner Vice Chairman Don Logan, the number one problem for the magazine industry is the massive profileration of publications on newsstands.
The text of my speech last week to the World Association of Newspapers’ Advertising Conference in Paris.