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Paywalls or start from scratch?

January 26, 2010 by

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“Paywalls may not be perfect but are worth a try” – NMA. The headline worries me – paywalls “worth a try?” I believe we need to start from scratch; seek out other business models and research other businesses which are thriving online. Traditional publishers need to look outside of their industry – there’re far too […]

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January 20, 2010 by

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Is the PPA now the Print Publishers Association? – Rory Brown Heseltine: ‘Media Week was very weak title’ – John Slattery

How do we start from scratch?

November 19, 2009 by

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Today I was at SIPA UK’s (Specialist Information Publishers Association) online publishing and marketing summit. I will write some more posts on the key sessions from the day but it was closed with a pertinent point for publishers; think about starting again, this time from scratch. It was a point made by Louise White and […]

YouTube Direct

November 17, 2009 by

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October 14, 2009 by

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Can hyperlocal papers work? Czech these out by Roy Greenslade at the Guardian Can you really transition from print to online by Rory Brown

Just to follow on….

July 16, 2009 by

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…. from my last post, Mark Glaser over at MediaShift has written an interesting piece entitled “Personal Branding Becomes a Necessity in Digital Age.” Couldn’t agree more. Note the comments from Matt Cutts.

I’m not going home

July 16, 2009 by

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Rory Brown has written a great post here entitled “so, should we all give up and go home?” which is well worth a read for people in UK media and publishing. Too much negativity is certainly heaped on to the state of traditional media – rather than looking forward. There is so much opportunity now […]