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The Keller family is getting slammed across the Web today, and I think rightly so. Both columns come across as insensitive at best and they expose the authors’ complete failure to grasp social media. Like a curmudgeonly weekly newspaper editor … Continue reading
I, along with most of the civilized world this week, have been doing a lot of eye rolling as media outlets went full bore on the “arctic vortex” this week, either acting like it’s never been cold in January before … Continue reading
Like all brilliant ideas, it came to life in a bar. It was after some event, I think a local selectmen’s debate, that my paper the Whitman and Hanson Express had hosted. My boss, Duxbury Clipper Publisher Josh Cutler, and … Continue reading
In my last post, I talked about how newspapers should be designing their content with social media in mind – as a distribution mechanism and a totally new way that people process information, not just a share button. This approach … Continue reading
My friend and excellent political reporter Gintautas Dumcius linked to this CJR piece on Twitter the other day, a clever conceit where the author pretends to be a forward-looking CEO of a metro daily, giving an interview on the future of … Continue reading
When people lament the decline of the newspaper industry, there’s a lot of over-simplification that goes on. The conventional wisdom is that “The Internet” killed newspapers (damn tubes!) but I’d argue that still-profitable individual papers trying to support a bloated … Continue reading