Why print still matters
Even in the digital age, we should value the unique qualities print can offer.
Life after newsprint can be rosy - as The Independent shows
How is The Indy doing in its post-print existence? Rather well, it turns out…
Print's not dead - it's regenerating
During one of my lecturing sessions at City, University of London last week, I made the point that just because
Easy question of the week: can online journalism hold politics to account?
Roy Greenslade: So, in conclusion, ponder this question: in a world without newsprint, will journalists be able to carry out
The end of the printed Independent: the shock we all knew was coming
For years, those of us who have been thinking deeply about the digital translation have been asking the same question:
Reach of print newspapers falling fast
Just 31% of Brits get their news from print newspapers And that’s down from 40% a year ago. Worryingly,
Failing industry to still be propped up by falling print revenues in 2020
I’m astonished by how many people are sharing this report as good news: At an aggregated level, combining revenues
Is nostalgia for print dooming journalism students to failure?
Merciless attack on print nostalgists from Clay Shirky: The most important fight in journalism today isn’t between short vs.
Don't tell anyone...
Yes, it’s print. Don’t tell anyone – it’ll ruin my reputation…