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  • Newsonomics: The U.S. Newspaper industry’s $1.4 Billion Money Hole
  • 24 gennaio 2015 alle ore 17:34
  • How big a hole is the U.S. daily newspaper industry in? We know the toll in newsroom jobs — about 20,000 lost in a little under a decade — and the fact that the industry as a whole took in about $26 billion less in 2014 than it did a decade earlier. We’re used to, and fairly inured to, those numbers. So let’s ask a new question: How close is the industry as a whole to reversing its long slump? That’s an answer we can quantify.
  • Edicola Italiana non ha senso, dice DataMediaHub
  • 23 gennaio 2015 alle ore 17:31
  • “È chiaro che ostinarsi a proporre tout court la vendita di copie digitali in maniera spe­cu­lare, iden­tica, alla pro­po­sta car­ta­cea non ha senso. Da infor­ma­zioni rac­colte dal sot­to­scritto pare che sia in pro­gramma la ven­dita di sin­goli arti­coli, così come avviene nei Paesi Bassi con Blendle, anche su Edi­cola Ita­liana”.  E’ quanto scrive Pier Luca Santoro sul suo interessante e ricco di analisi DataMediaHub a proposito dell’Edicola Italiana, chiosco digitale per l’acquisto di giornali e periodici dei principali editori italiani on line dal 20 gennaio.
  • How much work the NYT has to do on social sharing, in one chart
  • 22 gennaio 2015 alle ore 17:25
  • In a recent interview, New York Times audience-development editor Alex MacCallum talked about the newspaper’s experiments with social and search optimization, but said that she didn’t see the Times as being in the same line of work as BuzzFeed — which she said was “chasing clicks.” I argued in a response that the Times actually is in the same business, in the sense that it needs to understand how social sharing is rapidly becoming the way in which people find content, whether from the Times or anywhere else.

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