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  • We’re generally not a company that emphasizes a continuing role for paper (as opposed to epaper) in the future, but we are enthusiastic about some of the Augmented Reality mobile phone applications being developed by the Dutch company Layar for use with newspapers, magazines, signboards. For example, take at look at this video about using the application with magazines: Or […]

    Augmented Reality for Printed Publications

    We’re generally not a company that emphasizes a continuing role for paper (as opposed to epaper) in the future, but we are enthusiastic about some of the Augmented Reality mobile phone applications being developed by the Dutch company Layar for use with newspapers, magazines, signboards. For example, take at look at this video about using the application with magazines: Or […]

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  • Despite its complication, a game of chess is basically a three-act play. So too is our current, transitional era for media companies.

    Media Chess

    Despite its complication, a game of chess is basically a three-act play. So too is our current, transitional era for media companies.

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  • Why the major reason for American daily newspapers' demise is their inertia has violated the basics of the Principle of Supply & Demand.

    Transforming American Newspapers (Part 2)

    Why the major reason for American daily newspapers' demise is their inertia has violated the basics of the Principle of Supply & Demand.

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  • American daily newspapers are dying for only two reasons that have nothing to do with advertiser flight or with lacks of sufficient multimedia, convergence, interactivity, Web 2.0, or 'citizen journalism. Learn the two real reasons.

    Transforming American Newspapers (Part 1)

    American daily newspapers are dying for only two reasons that have nothing to do with advertiser flight or with lacks of sufficient multimedia, convergence, interactivity, Web 2.0, or 'citizen journalism. Learn the two real reasons.

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  • As the news industry dies, it's undergoing Dr. Elisabeth Kubler-Ross' famous Five Stages of Grief. And the past two years have seen significant changes in its passage through those stages

    The News Industry's Five Stages of Grief

    As the news industry dies, it's undergoing Dr. Elisabeth Kubler-Ross' famous Five Stages of Grief. And the past two years have seen significant changes in its passage through those stages

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  • The text of my speech last week to the World Association of Newspapers' Advertising Conference in Paris.

    WAN Paris Report: American Newspaper Revenues Online

    The text of my speech last week to the World Association of Newspapers' Advertising Conference in Paris.

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  • Cocktails during Cinco de Mayo at the offices of Critical Mention above New York City’s 57th Street canyon I haven’t been posting much because I’ve been traveling most of the past few months — half that time to develop the video news search business for my main client Critical Mention, work that I’m immensely enjoying, and half that time on […]

    See Any Endgame for Newspapers?

    Cocktails during Cinco de Mayo at the offices of Critical Mention above New York City’s 57th Street canyon I haven’t been posting much because I’ve been traveling most of the past few months — half that time to develop the video news search business for my main client Critical Mention, work that I’m immensely enjoying, and half that time on […]

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  • The annual IFRA/WAN/FIPP Beyond the Printed Word online publishing conference was held in Prague yesterday and today. A summary of the presentations is available from WAN and there is an interesting conference moblog. Here from the conference (my thanks to the IFRA and WAN summaries) are some interesting ideas about mobile and digital editions: Tweet

    Mobile and Digital Edition Ideas from 'Beyond the Printed Word'

    The annual IFRA/WAN/FIPP Beyond the Printed Word online publishing conference was held in Prague yesterday and today. A summary of the presentations is available from WAN and there is an interesting conference moblog. Here from the conference (my thanks to the IFRA and WAN summaries) are some interesting ideas about mobile and digital editions: Tweet

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  • I’ve more thoughts about the accelerating declines in circulations of major U.S. newspaper: Many newspaper executives are blaming the new Do-Not-Call anti-telemarketing lists for a large portion of their newspapers’ recent circulation declines. That is disingenous. In reality, the blame should be placed on those executives’ and their products. Major daily newspapers in the U.S. have huge churn rates. The […]

    More Thoughts on U.S. Circulation Declines

    I’ve more thoughts about the accelerating declines in circulations of major U.S. newspaper: Many newspaper executives are blaming the new Do-Not-Call anti-telemarketing lists for a large portion of their newspapers’ recent circulation declines. That is disingenous. In reality, the blame should be placed on those executives’ and their products. Major daily newspapers in the U.S. have huge churn rates. The […]

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