The big media players like the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal must still think they’re unsinkable. But with finance, fate and fortune all getting caught by a strong tide of change, is syndication rather than innovation a safer harbour to weather the economic storm?
Maybe it’s the irony, or that it’s just funny that the biggest news story in recent times just isn’t being told. Extra! Extra! Read all about it! Newspapers and citizen ‘bloggers in ‘Net news coverage blackout scandal! I got an email from Colombian Carol, informing me of a paid-for ‘blogging offer on Springwise: “Understanding that […]
Despite what the neigh-sayers are putting about, ‘blogging is taking its toll on news coverage. Gone are the days of a 6 o’clock exclusive; this is the time when scoops are claimed in back-bedrooms after an internet conversation with drunken colleague tumbling out of a board meeting in different time zone, and from a bus […]
For those that know me well, they know that I like to follow trends. I love to explore patterns, especially those of a technological slant, and even more especially if there’s a social connection, which there inevitably is. So futurology is my thing. And exploring socio-technological trends is where I’m to be found most happy […]