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Tuesday, June 19, 2012

As U.S. newspapers continue their slide down the slippery-slope, Alan Mutter writes about creating some "change agents" who just might help some papers slow the descent into oblivion, and recapture reader's respect and support again. (And Silicon Valley is helping!) But as Tim Worstall at Forbes.com points out, that newspaper industry is actually smaller than Google now. And shrinking!


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As U.S. newspapers continue their slide down the slippery-slope, former newspaper executive, Cal-Berkeley journalism professor and former Silicon Valley CEO Alan Mutter writes about creating some "change agents" who just might help some papers slow the descent into oblivion, and recapture reader's respect and support again. (And Silicon Valley is helping!) But as Tim Worstall at Forbes.com points out, that newspaper industry is actually smaller than Google now. And shrinking!


Time to get ready for newspaper consolidation? You bet!


Forbes.com

Tim Worstall
The US Newspaper Industry is Now Smaller Than Google
June 18, 2012 @ 12:55 p.m.
Of course, many things are smaller than google. But these figures on advertising revenues show again something we mentioned a few months ago. The revenues of the US Newspaper industry, as a whole, as a total, are now smaller than those of Google alone.
Read the rest of the post at:


REFLECTIONS OF A NEWSOSAUR blog
A cadre of change agents for newspapers
By Alan Mutter
June 14, 2012
Instead of merely talking about how much the newspaper industry has to change, the Inland Press Association has decided to do something about it – in a big and bold way.
Read the rest of the post at:
http://newsosaur.blogspot.com/2012/06/cadre-of-change-agents-for-newspapers.html


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