And at the bleeding edge of publishing HD video podcasts to iTunes and AppleTV? The Washington Post. Awesome.
Biz-school style analysis of washingtonpost.com. One takeaway? Go freemium… thx Will.
“The Washington Post’s Travis Fox has done it again. Travis is a backpack journalist who travels the world documenting stories with video for the Post’s Web site. He is just home from Darfur, and the work he brought home with him may be his best yet.”
Heaton interviews the Washington Post’s multimedia boss.
Adrian is hiring.
The Washington Post launches a blog advertising network. That’s a newspaper company, adapting and thriving in a new business model, creating the network themselves instead of waiting patiently to lose market share to it. Bright idea.
Another Holovaty project at the Washington Post. Click on “Show speeches chronologically” for the hottest bit. Damn he’s good. And Bill C’s alright, too.
Rob answers Howard’s questions in the comment thread. The easy, obvious answer is that of course a small paper can do this, cheap, but it might not look slick or have international appeal. Which it doesn’t have to.
What Rob Curley’s been working on, spotted in Drew’s delicious tags. The kid is my favorite, of course: “Like, rock and roll music inside of it, and then you throw it on the ground and it explodes, and all the rock and roll pops out…”
What Adrian Holovaty is working on. He says: “Much, much more to come.”