Once again he says
I'm concerned that journalists just don't understand their role in creating or solving the underlying problem.
Interestingly he believes that
It’s primarily a failure to attract and retain a commercially relevant audience
that’s breaking the newspaper business model.
The 20th century content model isn’t working any more, regardless of
whether it’s in print or beamed directly into your cerebral cortex by a modified
and he says
If I were looking for good news, I’d be looking at the transition that many
companies are making from single-product strategy to a portfolio/aggregation
strategy. I’d be looking at the newspapers that are beginning to figure out
behavioral targeting in a network context. I’d be looking for new newsrooms that
are beginning to really grasp the breadth of their roles outside the simple 24×7