It’s not graphic redesign that papers need; it’s content-driven redesign that we need for our papers! Says Juan Antonio Giner. http://tinyurl.com/7abzn3
Google is closing three offices; one in Austin (USA) the two others are Trondheim (Nprway) and Lulea (Sweden): Google to cut 100 jobs, close engineering offices.
On January 27th, Jeff Jarvis’ new book will be published with the intrigued title “What Would Google do?”. He reverse engineers the start of Google and looks at how you would start or run your business they way Google would do it. A short video explanation of the author himself on the following link: Jeff Jarvi on his upcoming book
Magazines now feeling the heat too of the economy crisis? Interesting post by Jeff Jarvis. http://tinyurl.com/98jch7
An estimate by investment bank “Jordan, Edmiston Group” that 88 percent of the publishing and advertising industry’s revenue growth over the next few years will come from four sectors: http://tinyurl.com/78mlca
Joe Belden on what readers want from and in newspaper over the last 50 years. Not much difference between then to now. Interesting story on “Innovations in Newspapers”-blog (Juan Giner) about Joe Belden (founder of Belden Associates). http://tinyurl.com/a6k97k
Robert Picard on the upside of disappearing newspaper advertising. What’s left in your newspaper?
BuzzMachine on 2008: circulation fell, ad revenue fell, stocks fell, jobs cut, trust lost. So what’s a good news? http://tinyurl.com/85q53y
Greenslade: will advertisers switch to online rather than print after the recession? Or will rather ads return? http://tinyurl.com/9mnn8b
FT.com editor: how to supplement ad revenue in 2009? Conferences, e-commerce and… subscription: http://tinyurl.com/7tk44x