Month: September 2008

  • If you’re keeping score …

    In the latest Advertising Age magazine Media 100, released on Monday, the structural changes in media become apparent. As a media, newspapers ranked fourth, accounting for 10.4 percent of media revenue. Two decades ago, its slice of the pie was 35.9 percent. There are winners, however, as well as losers: Digital, revenue, up 10.8 percent; […]

  • It’s so simple you’ll never think of it

    Gee, even I should of have thought of this. Some newspaper geek should have. Some newspaper vendor should have. Heck, some econ major smart enough to hack Sarah Palin’s email should have. I think Mark “Rizzn” Hopkins is right. It’ll make a million because it strips down its product offering to the ONE job to […]

  • Getting schooled in street politics

    I’m getting first hand experience at a lobbying effort by progressives aimed at one of the Associated Press’ top Washington journalists.  Long-time activist/journalist Al Giordano of “The Field” blog, among other projects, is taking the campaign against Ron Fournier, AP’s Washington Bureau Chief to newsroom senior managers across the country with a campaign targeting the […]