"The longer that we get something for free, the less willing we are to pay for it."
The magazine industry seems to be in the most dire trouble at the moment. Carat predicts that in 2016, advertising in radio
The news organization's need to "trim staffing" may not end with buyouts, however. In his memo, Kramer hinted that more cuts
Katy Steinmetz's "The Transgender Tipping Point," which put "Orange Is the New Black" star Laverne Cox on the cover of Time
A handful of memorable articles are also up for top prizes. Monica Lewinsky's "Shame and Survival," for Vanity Fair, and
"Writers assigned to cover labor, television and advertising (and many other subjects) who are as good as their recently
"As a matter of policy, we do not comment on internal personnel issues," a New Republic spokesperson told The Huffington
But while 2014 boasted a gain of 91 publications overall, and start-ups increased by 5 from 2013, the study still found some
Now imagine sneaking around your neighborhood, like someone who committed a crime, just to get the morning New York Times
And that's not all. The quality of the magazines has increased as well, according to Crain's New York Business. There were
Believe it or not, this will stimulate new ideas.
In terms of journalism, of expression, of voice, of fine reporting and superb writing, of a range of news, thoughts, views, perspectives, and opinions about places, worlds, and phenomena that I wouldn't otherwise have known about, there has never been an experimental moment like this. I'm in awe.
Publishers don't decide which books they're going to publish while sitting alone in a dark room with one little lamp burning. It's not a secretive process and it's not just a matter of a singular person's whims or personal tastes.
"Baalbaki Forever" headlined the Maharat News website, saying that no sooner had the Lebanese Press Syndicate's head stepped
Tablets Galore: What Future Media Means for the Industry Journalists Love to Hate -- Public Relations
The end of printed publications has big implications for the future of PR. Campaigning for behavioural change and using words to persuade will become much harder due to the fleeting nature of the web.