While it’s easy to make this a story of the Times’ paid content strategy versus The Guardian’s “open journalism” philosophy, that isn’t the most important difference between these two great paragons of serious, in-depth journalism and editorial innovation.
Kevin Anderson takes a look at the - potentially endangered - US newspaper.
For a long time, we’ve been creating too much content, so much so that I think that we’ve already reached Peak Content, the point at which this glut of things to read, watch and listen to becomes completely unsustainable.
“In New Jersey, we have these very real struggles, but we also have these adventurous people who are striking out on their own and trying to change how news is done and try something new.”
Our man on the ground Kevin Anderson has taken an in-depth look at some US newspapers, to determine what - if any - criteria will determine whether a particular publisher's news outlet will survive
Podcasting is enjoying a renaissance, driven by both technological innovation and editorial experimentation. Some are even going so far as to call this the “golden age of audio” in the US.
Consumers are rapidly shifting to mobile platforms, but as with any emerging platform, proven monestisation strategies lag consumer adoption. What is the way forward?
Changes in local retail have had a profound impact on local advertising markets, and with it the revenue sources for local press.
This is the second instalment of Kevin Anderson's series about [...]
After I challenged a lot of the conventional wisdom about print-digital integration, Neil Thackray compared digital disruption to “a sci-fi B-movie where Earth is threatened with destruction by an incoming asteroid”. I love the analogy.