Archives: July 2009

More On McGraw Hill Mulling Its Options For BusinessWeek

Posted by: Jon Fine on July 23

I've been very quiet around here this week, in large part because I've been working on a story updating where things stand in wake of last week's confirmation that BusinessWeek...

In Which GM’S New Marketing Head Unwittingly Details The Problem

Posted by: Jon Fine on July 16

The sharp-eared Mickey Kaus picked up on this (scroll down to the fourth item). The following is from an on-air interview with NPR’s Robert Siegel with GM’s veteran top executive...

McGraw-Hill Confirms It's Mulling Strategic Options For BusinessWeek

Posted by: Jon Fine on July 13

In a move that confirmed weeks of increasing chatter, the McGraw- Hill Companies today stated that it is evaluating “strategic options” for its 80 year old magazine BusinessWeek—-a confirmation that...

Rumblings Over Online Copyrights Grow Louder In Europe

Posted by: Jon Fine on July 10

I am trying to decide if this story, this kind of threat—albeit an indirect one--is the sort of thing that can be taken seriously. Eric Pfanner in today's New York...

A Possibly Crazy Idea: Are Local TV Stations Poised For A Comeback?

Posted by: Jon Fine on July 08

I am playing around with an idea, and I have no clue as to whether it’s totally offbase or not. Nevertheless! Thought I’d struggle through my preliminary reasoning here and...

SalaryTKer Talks, Laughs (Sort Of) At Unpaid Media Jobs

Posted by: Jon Fine on July 01

Yesterday I got the below email: It''s our pleasure to introduce you to SalaryTK: The job board for journalists who don't want to get paid. Editors and publishers have quickly...

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