digital media

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This One Doesn’t Scale — One Big Reason Why Online Advertising Is Comparatively Limited

Online advertising fails to match print advertising in its scalability, slowing the transition to online for major journals and capping the potential for online subscription prices to be offset in a manner similar to print’s legacy business. Continue reading

What Can Publishers Learn from Indie Rock?

While the recording industry generally gets a bad rap for managing the transition to online distribution, there is one niche that has flipped the model and uses old distribution techniques to sell music across multiple formats. That niche is indie rock and there are some lessons for publishers. Continue reading

Stick to Your Ribs: When Did Print Become an Input?

The mental models associated with print are still defining how we work and design. Why has this persisted? Continue reading

Year One: The Born Digital Publisher

New publishers today are all Born Digital in their outlook, eschewing print strategies as expensive and difficult to break into. Continue reading

The Publishing Partisans — Conservatives, Reformers, and Upstarts

Publishers today fall into 3 broad categories when discussing the role of digital media, and these categories almost have the outlines of political parties. But which party is equipped to lead? Continue reading

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