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UK press coverage of the death of Robin Williams

THIS is a very quick blog post about press coverage of the death of Robin Williams.

Apologies if I do not tease out every argument, but I am up to my eyes in another project, about ethical codes of reporting as it happens. 837 more words

Journalism Ethics

Go as far as you can see - then you'll be able to see farther

I’m going to let you in on a secret. Not one online newspaper today makes the top 25 engagement ranking in its own market. Not one. 1,023 more words


Just buy it

From Daniel Luzer: The Atlantic recently ran a fascinating piece looking at advertising and World War I.  Since the Great War was the first time that a international conflict occurred at the same time that international sales of mass-produced consumer goods were possible, it’s no surprise that commercial art was pretty central to this project. 194 more words


Consumer Time and Newspaper Readerships

Recently I was asked to look at the effect that consumer time (scarcity or ready supply) has on newspaper readerships.  We’re sometimes told that we consumers have less spare time than ever but we are also told we have more leisure time than ever too.   1,033 more words


manroland web systems Creates French Subsidiary

Leading web press manufacturer, manroland web systems, has announced the creation of its own subsidiary operation in France. The new sales and service organization, manroland web systems France SAS, will be located in Noisy le Sec, and will be providing newspaper presses and solutions for commercial and digital printing, along with spare parts, technical service and equipment upgrades for existing customers. 418 more words


Success Can Be Fatal

For newspapers, the Internet offered one final chance of resuscitation and renewal but they could not, they would not take that chance. They are now in a state of economic collapse. 1,643 more words


Looking forward by looking back.

After my series of three blogs during the World Cup gained some interest for NewsWorks (the marketing board for the national press) they asked me to write a further blog about sport during the summer of 2014.   500 more words