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From NY Times: Some daily newspapers are cutting printing and delivery schedules and shifting their emphasis to the Web, but industry analysts warned that such moves might alienate once-loyal readers.
From Sean Corcoran at Forrester: The terms “earned, owned and paid (aka bought) media” have become very popular in the interactive marketing space today. In fact, taken together they can be applied as a simple way for interactive marketers to categorize and ultimately prioritize all of the media options they have today.
Yet as popular as these themes have become, they’re often loosely applied across the industry and essentially no one is speaking the same language. Therefore we just published research defining each type of media and providing interactive marketers with prescriptive advice on how to best apply them. Here’s a summary of how we defined each type of online media and their roles.
Reports on media corrections, retractions, apologies, clarifications and trends regarding accuracy and honesty in the press. The site was launched in October 2004 by Craig Silverman, a freelance journalist and author based in Montreal. Thanks to Chuck Lutke for sending this link.
From New York magazine: This article about President Obama’s media strategy speaks about how our media, culture and PR are all coping with the age of streams — starting at the top with the President of the United States.
From New York magazine: In a sudden reversal of fortune, newspapers have taken to online video and might just beat TV news at its own game.
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