Categories: The New World

Afternoon Paper In Madison To Redefine "Daily," Goes "Online-Mostly" (If Not Exactly "Online-Only")

Posted by: Jon Fine on February 07

The Capital Times, the afternoon paper in Madison, Wisconsin isn't dropping its print product. But it's coming pretty damn close to it....

What Passes For Trash Talking At Media Conferences

Posted by: Jon Fine on April 24

At ad:tech in San Francisco now. Last night was enjoying wine and dinner with an executive involved with new Web distribution platforms (and who asked that he not be identified...

More on Content Players and Google

Posted by: Jon Fine on February 02

Another news executive making loud noises and demanding some kind of payment from Google. I had a lot of fun writing about this a few weeks back. Two thoughts on...

Just Another Week In Media. And It's Only Tuesday.

Posted by: Jon Fine on January 24

On Sunday, at Sundance, Amazon.com screens its first efforts to do internet TV, "Amazon Fishbowl with Bill Maher." (Side note: We have to invent a new term. "Internet TV" is...

The Local Paper of the Future?

Posted by: Jon Fine on January 18

Is this the new local newspaper? The Caveats: This kind of approach will only in work for readers and citizens of certain towns--affluent, plugged-in, in-on-the-joke. Of course, these towns are...

What Happens If Content Players Start Pushing Back At Google?

Posted by: Jon Fine on January 12

With something other than lawsuits, that is. I've laid out some of my thoughts on that prospect here. What are yours?...

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