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(94) Merkel, Springer und Pressefreiheit in China | ZAPP | NDR - YouTube
KKR steigt bei Springer ein mit 43%. Mit Bestandsgarantie fuer die grossen marken wie Bild die die Erbin und der CEO gefordert haben.
Print und Alte Stellen werden gestrichen weil kein Wachstum/ROI.
Fokus auf Anzeigenportal (mini/vertical Facebook). Order was halbes wie Bild - content (clickbait) um Anzeigen zu verkaufen.
Grosse Unsicherheit.
KKR  Private  Equity  Springer  Redaktionsschluss  Journalism  Journalismus  print  ROI  profit  maximisation  clickbait 
4 weeks ago by asterisk2a
Independent owner considering closing national print titles | Media | The Guardian
The owner of the Independent and Independent on Sunday is considering closing the national print titles and moving to a web-only operation. Evgeny Lebedev and his top lieutenants have not yet made a final decision, however it is widely expected that they will cease printing the 30-year old newspaper, leading to significant job losses.
Print  is  Dead  The  Content  Wars 
february 2016 by asterisk2a
Episode 064 — Disrupting Trump by ExponentFM
37:00 - people go to amazon. pipe of stuff // same w Netflix - pipe of entertainment / front door of entertainment // cost free, marginally no cost to expand // key is now discovery! // but suppliers have no choice. cost pressure. // aggregation theory // differentiation only from being irreplaceable. unique. focused. narrow. avoid go out of way of commoditization. price is dead. newspaper itself has been fractured, broken up. // amazon is default for consumers. // how would you build a business that fit into amazon? that still makes you successful? differentiate to the point where you get a direct connection to the consumer! << custom to order quote paintings and other!? Want to compete in a completely new arena! where things are not scalable. where people can't compete on price with you. no "low-end focus" // winner take all effects - monopsony - size leverage to command conditions. // 1:12:00 find a niche
Amazon  Prime  e-commerce  Netflix  economics  of  abundance  abundance  marginal  cost  long-tail  subscription  model  subscription  publishing  2.0  digital  publishing  self-publishing  newspaper  Print  is  Dead  Etsy  Marketplace  commodity  business  commoditization  differentiate  differentiation  Gary  Vaynerchuk  Start-up  of  You  lesson  advice  Retail  pure  play  oligopoly  oligopol  competitive  competitive  advantage  competitiveness  monopsony  Brand 
february 2016 by asterisk2a
Everything You Need To Know About iOS 9’s New Content Blockers | TechCrunch
Ben Thompson: Apple Enables Ad-Blockers - http://exponent.fm/episode-048-an-exhausting-week/ --- is apple nudging content providers to point people to the native app?! as mobile web gets better!? and bandwidth and coverage better!? --- under the cover of Privacy and user experience! --- with the exception of its own ad-network iAD, sure. // what a move. // &! The adblocking revolution is months away (with iOS 9) – with trouble for advertisers, publishers and Google - bit.ly/1UfXjsT &! bit.ly/1MxoHge // &! Apple, has made Content Blocking “official”, ad-supported publishing business models are in trouble. [...] [PAGEVIEWS as business model] Too many sites are just echo chambers, they rewrite news releases, add strong adjectives and adverbs, and a bit of spin. [news is free, analysis and perspective not] - bit.ly/1Fe6u0D //&! tcrn.ch/1UCagrA - Begun, The Mobile Ad-Blocking Wars Have [...] increasing bloatware of online advertising. &! tcrn.ch/1O0VcoI << ad business model not working!!!
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august 2015 by asterisk2a
Jeff Bezos Revealed: Building Amazon One Box at a Time - YouTube
Not in Silicon Valley. Not inside the bubble. was not inside the bubble when it imploded. // can not rest on your laurels. can not stop for a second innovating. even trying hard to disrupt yourself (Kindle) and capture the market (monopsony - in book and ebook market and w audible the audiobook market). and taking out your partners (delivery firms) with building very close to the city their warehouses. also, locking in customers with Amazon Prime, and convenience one click order. and having the verything store. Amazon A9 - its search engine could be the one of the top 5 search engines in the world. Google, YouTube, ... Amazon? or Bing/Yahoo in between? // Nobody can compete on price with Amazon with popular items! they discount popular items to attract (loss leader items). making it up all the other items of the long tail // run in late with lots of antitrust. // all encompassing (encapsulating every decision) motto: obsessing over customer & inventing in the name of the customer.
Amazon  Kindle  audible  competitive  competitiveness  competition  Start-Up  lesson  Start-Up  advice  IPO  growth  round  e-commerce  Jeff  Bezos  e-book  ebook  ebooks  books  book  Print  is  Dead  user  behaviour  Amazon  Prime  Platform  Marketplace  efficiencies  long-tail  long-term  view  long-term  thinking  monopoly  monopsony  antitrust  creative  destruction  disruption  disrupting  markets  customer  experience  user  experience  Silo  TOS  Silicon  Valley  corporate  culture  corporate  values 
august 2015 by asterisk2a
It's not the BBC's fault the local press is in trouble | Media | The Guardian
Regional newspaper groups are disingenuous to point the finger at the corporation – they have been architects of their own decline by failing to invest
hyperlocal  local  journalismus  journalism  newspaper  newspapers  Print  is  Dead  mobile  first  mobile  homescreen  user  behaviour  snacking  creative  destruction 
july 2015 by asterisk2a
Pomplamoose 2014 Tour Profits (or Lack Thereof) | PandoDaily
[A] new paradigm for professional artistry. We’re entering a new era in history: the space between “starving artist” and “rich and famous” is beginning to collapse. YouTube has signed up over a million partners (people who agree to run ads over their videos to make money from their content). The “creative class” is no longer emerging: it’s here, now. We, the creative class, are finding ways to make a living making music, drawing webcomics, writing articles, coding games, recording podcasts. Most people don’t know our names or faces. We are not on magazine covers at the grocery store. We are not rich, and we are not famous. We are the mom and pop corner store version of “the dream.” If Lady Gaga is McDonald’s, we’re Betty’s Diner. And we’re open 24/7. We have not “made it.” We’re making it. [...] Relevant Passion Content vs Interesting Content (Gossip, Celeb, 24/7 News Cycle (C&P Re-Posts & Repackaged ala HuffPo) ... in an age of FB Newsfeed & Co. for discovery. &! bit.ly/1Aqw2ZJ
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november 2014 by asterisk2a
Mutig und kreativ: Independent-Magazine | ZAPP | NDR - YouTube
small budgets, lots of unpaid time, magazines that the creators wanted. sometimes - real journalism is not in it. it's like VICE in print by amateurs. sometimes these "amateurs" are actually coming from big publishing houses. quit their job bc they were fed up with the status quo model
print-is-dead  content  print  magazine  magazine  indy  scene  Germany  print  Niche  lifestyle  journalism  journalismus  VICE  amateur  pro-am 
september 2014 by asterisk2a
Plötzlicher Chefwechsel: quo vadis "Stern"? | ZAPP | NDR - YouTube
print is not dead, print should turn itself into a aspirational high end ish product with better quality concerning every detail and asking for it a sales price and margin while # of sales are lower overall, but with the higher margin - you are making +/- 0 at the year end. plus the digital version is a goody on all digital platforms. and the year end edition is for free, for subs only.
journalismus  Journalism  advertorial  native  advertising  advertisement  advertising  marketing  Germany  Stern  (Magazine)  Der  Spiegel  integrity  Principle  ethical  machine  corporate  values  corporate  culture  Gruner  +  Jahr  G+J  publishing  2.0  publishing  print  magazine  print-is-dead  print  is  dead  business  model  freemium  premium  branding 
august 2014 by asterisk2a
Why I’m Bullish on the News - POLITICO Magazine
Go maximum mass or maximum specific. [...] News organizations are also going to have to mix and match revenue models. I see eight obvious ones: advertising, subscriptions, premium content, events, cross-media promotion, crowdfunding, micropayments and philanthropy. [...] Today, this same science culture, this civilization of engineers and math, is again on the rise. And to many, it feels like it’s running away with the future. [...] The point is that, for people who aren’t deep into math and science and technology, it is going to get far harder to understand the world going forward. || + http://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2014/05/1-destroy-the-village-2-save-it-105923.html + http://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2014/05/lords-of-the-viral-internet-105905.html + http://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2014/04/brauchli-keller-interview-the-new-york-times-is-not-going-to-turn-into-buzzfeed-105900.html
investigative  journalism  journalism  journalismus  citizenjournalism  Marc  Andreessen  news  industry  news  paper  nytimes  Silicon  Valley  Niche  Content  Technology  advertising  advertisement  craigslist  job  board  revenue  model  business  plan  business  model  freemium  marketplace  technological  history  internet  culture  culture  shock  mass  culture  subculture  Pop  Popular  BuzzFeed  Twitter  Social  Media  Facebook  Reddit  history  science  culture  science  Moore's  Law  unintended  consequences  unknown  unknowns  complexity  disrupting  markets  disruption  publishing  publishing2.0  self-publishing  publishing  2.0  singularity  BitCoin  communication  public  relations  PR  Nate  Silver  monopoly  oligopol  oligopoly  barriers  to  entry  print  magazine  print-is-dead  Jeff  Jarvis  marketplace  of  ideas  Viral  Viral  Video  entrepreneurial  entrepreneurship  Gary  Vaynerchuk  Huffington  Post  Gawker  Washington  Post  NPR 
may 2014 by asterisk2a
Andreessen’s Advice To Old Media: “Burn The Boats”
Oh, and he points out, that the iPad will have a “fantastic browser.” No matter how many iPads the Apple sells, the Web will always be the bigger market. “There are 2 billion people on the Web,” he says. “The iPad will be a huge success if it sells 5 million units.”

As technology becomes ubiquitous, it goes mainstream.

Yes, there are still a lot of people and money in those boats—billions of dollars in revenue in some cases. “At risk is 80% of revenues and headcount,” Andreessen acknowledges, “but shift happens.” You’d have to be crazy to burn the boats. Crazy like Cortes.
iPad  tuki  newspapers  journalism  media  innovation  print  marcandreessen  nytimes  mediachange  advice  comment  opinion  technology 
march 2010 by asterisk2a
Kill a Newspaper, Save a Tree? Not Quite - BusinessWeek
That implosion is a big reason why the $200 billion wood-and-paper industry is hurting, with the newsprint sector in particular suffering its own mini-depression. The American Forest & Paper Assn. estimates that newsprint production in 2009 will fall by one-third, or almost 1.5 million tons, from the previous year, and magazine print by 1 million tons, or 25%. August was the 18th consecutive month of double-digit declines in U.S. newsprint consumption, according to research firm CreditSights. The paper-products industry now employs 37% fewer people than in 1990, while the forest-products industry as a whole has 34% fewer workers.
print  print-is-dead  environment  newspaper  media 
october 2009 by asterisk2a
NSFW: Trust me on the sunscreen (and the future of journalism)
And yet, I argued back, after camera phone dude helps us establish that the plane has crashed, who can we trust to tell us why it happened? While bloggers can own the first five minutes of any breaking story - a plane crash, a fire, a burglary - it’s always going to be the professional reporters who own the next five days, or five weeks. They walk the streets, work their contacts and - yes - trawl the blogosphere for eye-witness reports, and then take all of that information, analyse it, follow it up and ultimately provide an account of events that readers can trust.
blogging  blogosphere  blogger  journalism  print  print-is-dead  nytimes 
august 2009 by asterisk2a

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