Watch out when you use the word "legacy" to refer to only print. There is legacy for online, as well, and one of the pioneers in putting its newspaper edition online, The Wall Street Journal, celebrates 20 years of wsj.com
Published last week, Evaluating Distributed Content in the News Media Ecosystem, analyzes the relationship of publishing houses and social media, and tells us who is doing it right. My chat with Grzegorz (Greg) Piechota here today.
Here are some recent front pages from this past week that deserve a second (or third) look. Here we have the work of art directors who are thinking creatively and not giving up on the fun simply because it is the print edition.
The Gulf News of Dubai is number one among readers there, while Catholic Extension magazine wins for redesign. Two reasons to celebrate.
It’s customary for me to update my Columbia students in the last lecture of the semester on issues I touched upon for the first lecture. That happened this week.
At least in the UK, the quality newspapers beat their more popular, down market rivals.
I was honored to be one of the judges this year for the WAN IFRA European Digital Media Awards 2016. I found many rich entries in the mix, and happy to see that other judges apparently agreed with me. Take a look
The Independent lives via digital edition— and with twice as many subscribers.