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The Internet is supposed to be all about unbundling. But in the new digital economy, is there room for new, smarter rebundling?
The Guardian has been a journalism leader. Can it build a business strategy that can match its growing global reach?
Fueled by Rupert Murdoch’s ambitions and significant investments, The Wall Street Journal seemed to have all the momentum in its newspaper war against The New York Times. That’s changed. Why?
The company’s new news channel will focus its ambitious, visceral style of journalism on conflict, health issues, money, and the environment.
Plus: Making sense of the flood of NSA revelations, Facebook’s greatly exaggerated demise, and the rest of the holidays’ must-read journalism and tech news.
Plus: The debate between advocacy and objectivity, John Henry’s vision for The Boston Globe, and the rest of the week’s future-of-news news.
Plus: Tech billionaires in journalism, David Pogue’s jump to Yahoo, and the rest of this week’s news in the journalism and tech worlds.
Sure, you can make more money by selling your products to more people. But you can also make more money by selling more products. Smart news companies are doing just that.
Sports used to rely on the media for publicity. Now it’s the leagues and teams with the power. How can sports journalism respond?
What are the key storylines the American newspaper business will be following — or living through — over the rest of this year?