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Media economics

  • February 4, 2010 • Media Economics • by

    Apple iPad Hype

    After news reports focused on swine flu, the snow “catastrophe“ (proving to be scarcely more than a hearty winter), and the tragic Haitian earthquake, last week’s press was inundated with a different strain of media attention. For...

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  • November 28, 2009 • Digital News, Media Economics • by

    “Reviewing” the Future of News

    As 2009 comes to a close, the various problems afflicting the newspaper industry have hardly subsided, although several plans aimed at improving the state of affairs were spawned. Pay walls, micro-payments, cost-cutting initiatives, online...

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  • November 5, 2009 • Media Economics • by

    Taking a Stand

    Schweizer Journalist, Nr. 10 + 11/2009 American journalism is in a “protracted moment of painful change,” and “both its business model and its sense of mission are in full retreat.” How might journalism regain its relevance, asks...

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  • June 4, 2009 • Media Economics • by

    Hunger Strike

    Die Furche, May 28, 2009 In his latest book, American media activist Robert McChesney envisions a dark future for American newsgathering. The author devises a U.S. government demanding “the reduction of international reporting, the...

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