The New York Times’ “Innovation” Report will hit a lot of nerves when it comes to strategy, long-term transformation, investment, digital operations, silos, print legacy, and organizational culture. And it will remind you how barely contained panic looks to others.
A new poll finds that trust in scientists and science journalists is fairly low. But are the two questions separable when it comes to the general public?
Consumers have demonstrated a willingness to pay for targeted, virtual goods and services. Why are publishers still trying to foist low-value generalized content off to them?
Blogging platforms have morphed into web site and social media platforms. But now they’re moving into areas even farther afield, like books.
The subscription model is more prevalent than ever, but it’s also different in important ways. What can publishers learn and implement?
Untangling the functions of curators and docents raises an interesting set of questions for STM publishers — about ownership, value, and the future.