Monthly Archives: February 2011

On change, magazines, journalism and the future: The Mr. Magazine™ Interview with Nancy Gibbs, Executive Editor, TIME

What follows is the text of an interview I did with Nancy Gibbs, Executive Editor of TIME magazine on my blog http://www.mrmagazine.wordpress.com Here is the link to the original post: http://wp.me/p3FXF-1cZ Change is the only constant in the media business. … Continue reading

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Getting in the right mindset

This morning I’m writing from a charter bus, where I’m spending the day performing in Tennessee and Mississippi with the Ole Miss Wind Ensemble. (luckily I have my iPad and the bus has WiFi.) It’s funny how the ongoing conversation … Continue reading

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The State and Status of Newspapers Today…

As promised here is the link to The State of the Media report regarding the status of the newspapers today. Please read the summary report first and then the rest of the chapter. Be ready to comment and answer questions … Continue reading

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Falling in Love (with our customers)…

Happy Valentine’s Day. As we continue to study the role of the mass media in today’s society, here is a blog that I have written for a Slovenian blog-site PM, POSLOVNI MEDIJI where I will be the keynote speaker at … Continue reading

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Ink on Paper or Pixels on a Screen: The future of Books

Chapter two of your textbook Media Shift takes through a historical trip from the early days of the moving press to the current days of e-books. Names like iPad, Nook, Kindle and many other so called tablet platforms have been … Continue reading

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What do you look for in a newspaper’s website?

As a website developer and former editor-in-chief of The Daily Mississippian, I spend a lot of my time exploring and studying the online components of print publications.  When I was DM editor in 2009-2010, we were in a huge transition … Continue reading

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