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News is Dead, Long Live the News

Posted by on Jan 28, 2017 in Business, Content Strategy, Newspapers, Social Media | Comments Off on News is Dead, Long Live the News

There have never been more ways to get your news than there is today. Each generation has seen its “new media moment” from the newspapers,...

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Hating “Content” is now a Thing

Posted by on Jan 24, 2017 in Business, Content Management, Content Strategy, Newspapers | Comments Off on Hating “Content” is now a Thing

Newspapers are still fighting for respect in the digital age of news, but picking nits – regarding the way some people in the news and...

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Quartz, The New “digitally native news outlet” Is a Giant Step Forward For Content Management

Posted by on Oct 8, 2012 in Business, Content Management, Digital Publishing, Newspapers, Strategy | 0 comments

Publishers, news orgs, and design mavens are paying close attention to the launch of Quartz, the new business news site, or as they call...

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NYMag Nails The Progress of Digital Publishing

Posted by on Apr 11, 2012 in Content Management, Digital Publishing, Newspapers | Comments Off on NYMag Nails The Progress of Digital Publishing

NYMag‘s Daily Intel published today one of the many stories about the $1B purchase of Instagram by Internet giant Facebook. This...

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Blaming the Brand at Kodak

Posted by on Jan 20, 2012 in Business, Content Management, Content Marketing, Newspapers | Comments Off on Blaming the Brand at Kodak

Leave it to marketers to blame the brand for Kodak’s failure, and not the product. A very interesting article by Al Ries regarding...

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The Lessons of Digital Content – Where is the Paperboy?

Posted by on Jan 17, 2012 in Business, Content Management, Content Marketing, Digital Publishing, Newspapers, Social Media | Comments Off on The Lessons of Digital Content – Where is the Paperboy?

We’re past the point of just dabbling with content on the Internet. Gone are the days of pontificating “Content is...

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