Publishing can’t attract the best and brightest until it markets itself correctly — as being about more than the containers of the past, and being all about the ideas and communication approaches of the future.
Economic turmoils continue to rock academia. University presses are feeling the pinch. How are European presses adapting?
When an outsider looks in, the opportunities in the changing media landscape become crystal clear. Craig Newmark, founder of Craigslist, recently gazed into the publishing house and has plenty of great observations.
Newspapers created a choke point for information supply. How do we avoid creating a hole at the center in the age of the demand economy?
Is “Mine” an experiment in custom publishing? Or a cynical PR effort to support a last gasp of print advertising?