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One of public radio’s leading internal critics answers the question: What would he do if he were running NPR?
Social distribution and the open web generate huge numbers — but readers who use news organizations’ native smartphone apps are far more loyal and engaged. In today’s economics of news, those readers are paying more of the bills.
The new app from NPR promises to learn from what you like and serve up a never-ending buffet of news and content. What’ll be the impact on local stations?
These are the nine big themes that will further separate the winners from the losers when we look back a year from now.
How can public radio prepare for a life beyond radio? In California, one local powerhouse is betting on a tablet app that tries to bring together all that public media can do.
The lesson now dawning on publishers worldwide is that their reliance on advertising as the major support of their news businesses is all but over.
2013 could end up making 2012 seem calm by comparison.
White, older, and male — the audience for newspapers in the United States looks a lot like the support base of the GOP. As Republicans think about broadening their appeal, can papers do the same?
Rupert Murdoch might be thinking about putting his British newspapers into a trust. Why haven’t we seen more innovation in how news organizations get owned and governed?
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