17 bookmarks. First posted by aebraddy 12 days ago.
For a preview of the newspaper industry’s coming death, turn your gaze to Colorado, where the withering and emaciated Denver Post finds itself rolling in profits. The Post’s controlling owner, “vulture capitalist” Randall Smith, has become journalism’s No. via PocketIFTTT Pocket facebook twitter
4 days ago by Werderbach
This Is How a Newspaper Dies | AP Photo It’s with a spasm of profits. For a preview of the newspaper industry’s coming death, turn your gaze to Colorado, where the withering and emaciated… | https://politi.co/2rFaqsD | via Instapaper and IFTTTIFTTT Instapaper recommended readings
6 days ago by habi
It’s a truth universally acknowledged by those who don’t let sentiment cloud their thinking that the newspaper’s time will soon pass—except for rare titles like the New York Times and a few others that can attract national audiences. “The old model of a general-purpose newspaper fit the industrial age when advertisers needed mass audiences to sell the products of mass production. But the marketplace no longer supports the model of a few messages to many people. Now it is many messages, each to a few people,” Meyer tells me via email.10 days ago by tinotopia