Monthly Archives: March 2012

What a gap between journalists & entrepreneurs!

Austrian online journalist Anita Zielina — she’s a Knight Fellow at Stanford University at the moment – attended South by Southwest Festival (SXSW) in Austin, TX, this year and came back with this conclusion: “Never before did I see the gap between … Continue reading

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Be aware of the “makers of ‘everything’”

The annual report on the “State of the News Media” was published today by the Pew Research Center’s Project for Excellence in Journalism. Very brief some of its most interesting outcomes: Mobile devices are also “providing a boost to long-form … Continue reading

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Digital Ad Revenues

Interessting Insights of a workshop with KEN Doctor @fjum. 73% of worldwide digital ad revenue goes to five companies. (Content Bridges/Newsonomics, 2012) The companies are google, facebook, msn, yahoo and aol. All five companies have in common that they do not … Continue reading

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Newspapers are losing $7 in print revenue for every $1 in digital gained

Success in the digital world is not always desireble: Due a recent survey newspapers in the US are losing 7 $ in print revenue for every 1 $ in digital gained. 38 papers were examined in this study called “The Search … Continue reading

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