Amidst the statements of ‘newspapers are dead’ comes an article from Vanity Fair’s Michael Kinsley, who believes that the newspaper will live on forever. He says there will always be a demand for high-quality news – enough at least to allow for the survival of the newspaper in a digital age.
Former Australian cricketer Steve Waugh has announced that his new book, The Meaning of Luck: Stories of Learning, Leadership and Love will be sold exclusively through Big W and selected Woolworths stores from 15 August.
Newspapers still aren’t rethinking their the impact of digital distribution. So what is the problem with digital newspaper business models?
This morning I watched a YouTube video rescued from the distant past – the 90’s – about digital newspapers, and I was impressed by how accurate the majority of the predictions were.