The discussion of the print media decline predates this blog, and will continue when I move on to other thoughts, but, for now, articles related to the condition of newspapers seem to be coming out of the woodwork and catching my eye.
- Mediaweek.com, “TargetCast Confab Panelists Predict Future of Print Media” by Lucia Moses
- Bloomberg Business Week, “U.S. Newspaper Circulation Decline Slows to 5 Percent.” by Greg Bensinger and Brett Pulley
- The Guardian (UK), “We Thought the Internet was Killing Print. But it isn’t” by Peter Preston
- Forbes blog, “New York Post to Sell Subscriptions on the iPad” by Jeff Bercovici
An interesting thing to note– and an inalienable characteristic of a blog– these are, of course, links to the electronic articles, even those that were originally run in print. (Did I use inalienable correctly?)
Any articles to add? Am I neglecting an important angle?
Think I’ve gotten hung up on this topic? Ready to move on?? Let me know if you’ve got preferences for future posts…