In five languages (English, Mandarin, Korean, Spanish, Portuguese and Russian) and two U.S. printing, “Newsonomics: Twelve Trends That Will Shape the News You Get” is the first Ken Doctor book. Sign up here for notice of the new Newsonomics Readers.
Am I the only one who doesn't get Gannett's branding campaign? Yes, the Gannett math -- $33 million saved in furloughs, as much as $27 million potentially to be granted in exec bonuses -- seems sadly clueless, but what about the money the ...
Here is the growing epiphany about these core readers: Not only do they pay you, they use lots more than the fly-by people, the non-core sent by Google, Facebook, Twitter and all manner of other referrals. More than 50% of the Financial Times ...
Ah, but what kind of new face will AOL/HuffPost's be? It could be, simply, the anti-Murdoch. Sure, The Daily is "centrist," whatever that means in the world of 2011, but the right-leaning proclivities of Murdoch Media are clear. MSNBC has ...
What will The Daily do with Cairo's Time? Egypt is the story of the week. With The Daily planning on being a daily, not an instant, news product, its thinking and philosophy will be tested Day One. If it has yesterday's Egypt news, as the ...
So if the cost run-rate is about $15 to $18 million a year, and subscription revenues net at $7 million, News Corp. would need $8 to $11 million a year in ad revenues to break even. Certainly possible, if that 200,000 number is hit and ...
On the numbers: It looks like 50,000 customers have paid a monthly price for ongoing subscriptions, according to the preliminary data. That's a quarter percent of its pre-wall uniques, suggesting two huge problems: 1) Reader revenue runs at only ...
It’s quite a cat-and-mouse game. The cat is Rupert Murdoch, a lion in the winter of his career. Astoundingly, he’s become the leading spokesman for American journalism. The mouse is the crafty Google, adjusting its algorithms and its tactics, ...
If there's a better realpolitiks player in the news industry than Murdoch, please stand up. If not, Murdoch knows that News Corp putting up a pay wall would be akin to unilateral disarmament -- and that's something only pinkos do. Put on up a ...
Watch recent Newsonomics talks in New York, Sydney, Portland and Cologne.
Keynotes & Speaking
Ken Doctor appearances in the U.S. and globally both challenge and encourage audiences to create the next generation of the news business. His “practical forecasting” takes audiences from the best practices of today to the business models of tomorrow. Find out more here.
Each Newsonomics keynote and engagement is tailored to the audience or client. Our new Services page describes conference keynotes, company media landscape sessions, company strategy reviews, workshops and residencies.
In five languages (English, Mandarin, Korean, Spanish, Portuguese and Russian) and two U.S. printing, “Newsonomics: Twelve Trends That Will Shape the News You Get” is the first Ken Doctor book.
Sign up here for notice of the new Newsonomics Readers.
Newsonomics in the News
Newsonomics is in the press, called on to comment on media change, and On the Air. You can also find Newsonomics on Twitter, @kdoctor and on Facebook.
Newsonomics Around the Globe
Top 16 Nations of Newsonomics Visitors