Month: December 2008

I have a Google News alert set up for “newspaper revenue,” which seems to get me all the big news these days as well as interesting odds and ends. The…

So, letting others dissect the Tribune bankruptcy (foreshadowed here last week), I’ve been thinking about how social networks will impact the online advertising business, particularly in connection with yesterday’s discussion…

I spent a few days in Columbia, Missouri this past week, in the company of 50 or so people gathered by Bill Densmore at the spanking-new Reynolds Journalism Institute at…

As mentioned here last week, it’s year-end crunch time. I predicted we would see, during December and January, a rash of tactical, non-strategic moves by newspaper owners aimed at conserving…

I’m heading for the Information Valet conference at the University of Missouri today, and will have a full report about it over the weekend.

Yesterday I summarized why it’s crunch time in newspaperland—and why, rather than making strategic decisions, most of America’s newspaper companies will be rolling out a variety of tactics to chop…