How does journalism survive the Covid-19 crisis? Paid Members Public
A crisis is a ruthless tool that exposes weaknesses in our systems. And our journalism ecosystems are being stress tested as never before. How do we navigate these difficult times?
Print not dead yet - at least, for one 3 year old Paid Members Public
My daughter, happily appearing in the pages of Peter Rabbit Magazine [http://www.peterrabbitclub.com/news_events/101_bumper_issue_of_peter_rabbit_magazine_now_available] . She’s used to seeing images of herself on screen – but print is a whole new experience for her.
Un-Loaded Paid Members Public
Private Frazer laments the troubled later life of Loaded [https://privatefraser.wordpress.com/2015/03/31/loaded-has-left-the-building/], rather than its recent demise: > Because the tawdry and constipated magazine that has just closed bears no relation (other than the title) to the original Loaded. Love it or loathe it, the 1994
The future of Future? Paid Members Public
Private Frazer on the fate of Future [http://privatefraser.wordpress.com/2014/06/03/back-to-future/]: > Future’s future apparently lies in “the virtuous circle of engagement in two core content areas: reviews (when consumers are looking to make product purchase decisions and where we can derive ecommerce revenues) and ‘how
31-3.3 Finding a journalistic niche to survive in Paid Members Public
[http://www.onemanandhisblog.com/assets_c/2014/03/fvxvxzS9l7Xw0r8B-3570.html] So, I knew there would be at least one day in this idiotic project of mine [http://www.onemanandhisblog.com/archives/2014/03/daily_thrashing_with_the_500_word-stick.html] when it would be really hard to get it done.
That shovelware tablet edition might be killing your mag Paid Members Public
[http://www.onemanandhisblog.com/archives/assets_c/2014/02/country-walking-ipad-3514.html] Just came across this explanation of why hobby magazines no longer have broad appeal [http://www.walkhighlands.co.uk/news/outdoor-magazines-have-they-had-their-day/009268/] , by a former editor of various outdoor magazine titles: > So why does someone with a long-term background
Consumer drone journalism? Sign me up... Paid Members Public
I will confess, I’ve been something of a sceptic about drone journalism. It was not something I could see being useful outside a narrow range of broadcast and national news-type outlets. I was wrong. If this doesn’t make you consider how drone could be used in all sorts