Law 3 - Local: Remap and Reload
Local news companies are getting smaller and more local-oriented in their coverage as they struggle to find survival strategies.
- The Newsonomics of Time and Money, and Google Surveys
- The Newsonomics of the Mobile Aggregator Roundup: Pulse, Summly, Zite…..& Flipboard?
- The Newsonomics of the Koch Brothers and the Sales of U.S.’ Top Metros
- The Newsonomics of Pulitzers, Paywalls, and Investing in the Newsroom
- The newsonomics of recycling journalism
- Nieman Journalism Lab
- Editor & Publisher
- Mark Potts’ Recovering Journalist
- Peter Krasilovsky’s Local Onliner
- For the Economist: Preserving the Best of Media Culture
- For the Economist: This is A Journalistic Spring
- Instant Expectations in the Age of Streaming MPR, WBUR, KQED and MSNBC
- Sporting News/Comcast Local Sports Tablet Product Bursts Out of the Gate
- News and “People Like That”: Carol Bartz Q & A
- Seattle Blog Project Breaks New Ground
- TBD: First Takes on the Launch
- Patch’s Carpet-Bombing: Where’s the Response?
- Community Daily Pay Walls: A Tourniquet?
- Google’s Snip Machine Makes Local Sites Snippy
- NYT 1Q Numbers: Back to Revenue Loss as Ad Declines Swamps Reader Revenue Gain
- NAA’s New Revenue Report: Been Down So Long Looks Like Up to Publishers
- The newsonomics of the Orange County Register’s contrarian paywall
- Nine Questions on the News Corp Split: The Rise of Twenty-First Century Fox and The Daily’s Demise
- Nine Questions as Murdoch Splits the News Corp Baby
- Newspapers Find Themselves Confronted by Brand Management
- Texas Tribune’s Fast Start Seconds Regional News Start-Up Model
- Guardian’s Sale of Regional Newspapers Indicates Lasting Change
- Examiner: New Local Competitor of Faux Local?
- Public Radio Quickly Emerging as New Local Player