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Like many other publishers, The Wall Street Journal has shifted resources away from live, appointment-viewing video toward on-demand viewing.
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 Times wants to make video freely available on their own properties and elsewhere on the web. They also plan to increase video production.
The Times, Washington Post, and others saw record numbers for mobile traffic. Others, like CNN, used election night to experiment with their design.
As The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and The Washington Post continue to experiment with video, the challenge is not to reinvent television.
If Murdoch’s empire cleaves in two, his newspapers will no longer be able to count on the latest blockbuster to disguise their financial woes.
The latest in WSJ Live’s video line-up is an early-morning news, business, and finance show called Asia Today.
Part of the outrage surrounding Mike Daisey’s Apple fabrications stems from our uneasiness with the blurring of media boundaries in the Internet age.
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News businesses aren’t defined by delivery trucks and broadcast signals any more — and the smartest players are reaching out to a global audience sooner rather than later.
The media company wants to bridge the worlds of tv and online video and make something entirely different.
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