Wired News prediction for 2007: “A major newspaper gives up printing on paper to publish exclusively online.” Howard Owens doesn’t think so: “Ain’t happening. There’s still too much revenue tied up in print and not enough online. A major newspaper — I’m taking this to mean a major metro — couldn’t support it’s current news […]
When I talk about how newspapers should put out a tab version and a full version, this is what I’m talking about. Interested to see how this goes. ‘OC Post’ Rolls into Homes
It’s a cheaper tabloid version of the full newspaper. Yes, that, exactly. Do more of that, please. Oh, and then, charge more for the full-bore two-pound edition. Seriously. Article: News – New newspaper comes to O.C.
Fellow SJSU grad student Patrick Dwire has a great cover story in this week’s Santa Cruz Good Times, one of our intrepid alternative weeklies here in the Cruz. Patrick takes a look at what newspapers all over the country are doing to try and hook the 18-24 set. (Note to self: I’m not the target […]