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The Digital Revolution in Media

A recent study by the Pew Project for Excellence in Journalism found that nearly half of all American adults now have a mobile connection to the internet through a smart phone or tablet. 284 more words


If I Print It, Will They Come?

NewsflashIf you print any type of periodical – a magazine, newsletter, flyer or coupon—you need to start thinking digitally.

If you want to reach people you need to focus your marketing where they are – online! 328 more words

Digital Publishing

Pew Research -- Local Information Need Buoys Newspapers

The death of newspapers and local TV may not be a death at all. Editors of these media will need to understand what consumers want from them before there can be any considerable turnaround from a period in which some have lost half of their revenue. 313 more words


Media Digest (9/26/2011) Reuters, WSJ, NYTimes, FT, Bloomberg

Europe begins to more aggressively look for problems to its debt crisis as pressure from the rest of the world grows. (Reuters)

Amazon.com’s (NASDAQ: AMZN) new tablet PC may be a serious challenge to the Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) iPad. 346 more words


J-notes and such

Some passing notes gathered from the journalism, advertising and PR landscape-

  1. The New York Times reports that four of its journalists were released into the custody of Turkish diplomats and crossed into Tunisia.
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Reviewing the State of the Media

For anyone who thought reading news on the Internet and social media were just fads, think again. After reading the State of the Media report… 341 more words

Internet/Social Media

Infographic: The Modern News Consumer

The following infographic of the modern media consumer is from Flowtown.

The infographic’s data was derived from The State of the News Media 2010: An Annual Report On American Journalism by the Pew Project For Excellence in Journalism. 43 more words

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