All Posts Tagged With: "Wall Street Journal"

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Words are Cheap

And oversupply of writers and shrinking publishers’ checkbooks make journalism a bad career move.

10Mar2013 | | 0 comments | | Continued
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Consumers Will Pay for Entertainment, So What About News?

Eric to The Wall Street Journal: Consumers will pay more to be entertained than informed.

9Aug2010 | | 0 comments | | Continued
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Print Trends and Other Horror Stories

The disappointing condition of the magazine and newspaper industry has become front page news in, of all paces, newspapers. This blog post summarizes a number of articles that I feel are pertinent to automotive publishers. Local Newspaper’s Web Scramble… With newspaper sales staffs on a web learning curve, ad sales have tended to focus on print. [...]

13Feb2008 | | 0 comments | | Continued

WSJ to Retain Paid Web Subs

Rupert Murdoch, newly-minted owner of The Wall Street Journal, had signaled his intention to make the newspaper’s website a free service. Instead, Murdoch will retain both paid and non-paid areas with enhancements to each during 2008. The newspaper hopes to upsell free traffic into paid online subs. Online-only sub prices are projected to increase from $20 to [...]

25Jan2008 | | 0 comments | | Continued

CondeNet Builds Topic-Based Websites

As reported in The Wall Street Journal November 28, 2007, CondeNet has taken the path least traveled, and it has made all the difference. Most publishers are giving away content or employing lame attempts to invoke a fee-based model. While the latter might work for The New York Times and other biggies, it’s a tough sell [...]

28Nov2007 | | 0 comments | | Continued

How to Sink a Newspaper

“Information wants to be free.” Newspapers have allowed their content to be hawked and spread over creation thanks to TV, radio, and now the web. A fifty-cent investment in Today’s Edition is now a zero-cent online surf. And where print ads are actively sought out by readers, web banners and pop-ups are the bane of web [...]

7May2007 | | 0 comments | | Continued
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