Most of you know there’s a big debate regarding whether newspapers should charge for online content. (I don’t believe they… Read more Putting news online isn’t for everyone
The Wall Street Journal recently opined that the Kindle could change American reading habits. I buy that. Then, Information Week… Read more Kindle to save newspapers? Nah
There are three digital and technology transformations happening very soon that have the potential to change the way media companies… Read more Game changers
I’ve blogged a lot — and will blog more — about the next generation of e-readers and how newspapers are… Read more Netbooks: Plague to e-readers?
Information reinvention is happening right before our eyes. Detroit started it with its home delivery cut that lead to a… Read more Information reinvention is upon us
A couple of years ago, the newspaper industry went ga-ga over hyperlocal coverage. Remember that? All e-paper sites had to… Read more The false promise of hyperlocal
Amazon announced this week that it’s going to release a larger version of its apparently popular Kindle. I say apparently… Read more Kindle’s version of the Big Boy
Media companies should pay heed to two products that could help solve the woes that ail newspapers. The products —… Read more Be aggressive with e-readers
The debate over whether to charge for online content obscures what newspapers should do to change the revenue model in their favor.
Every now and then, I’ll highlight what other blogs are saying, in a mostly twitter short form. Here’s a first… Read more What he said