Archives for July 2009

Print goes online, online goes pay, online almost goes print – confused?

These days every medium in the media world is trying to innovate to increase revenues. I came across three routes which I have summarized,

  1. Print going purely online is not all that new in the US. This article suggests that a newspaper going completely offline to online can reduce their staff strength to 20%. Needless to say the pure online revenues would not come anywhere close to the offline revenues (as of now)

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NY Mayor wants to save New York’s media industry

New York is also referred to as the media capital of the world. Media companies in NY area are having trouble (like any where else) but the good news for them is – their billionaire Mayor wants to do something about it. Read more on NY Mayor wants to save New York’s media industry…

Digital Outlook 2009: How is the digital ad spend pie divided in India?

Few days ago Juxt+WebChutney released the Digital Outlook 2009 report.  I must thank and congratulate Juxt and Webchutney folks in compiling a lot of data and presenting it in a very professional way. It gives us publishers a lot of insight. Thank you folks!

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Bangaloreans condole Michael Jackson’s death (bizarre)

Michael Jackon

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