Economist: American Print’s Not Dead Yet

I should be giving this post the morning reader, but I think it’s much more fun/obnoxious to go with a Monty Python embed.

So, a worth read from last week’s Economist on the state of print in the States, with a novel concept about content over delivery:

“But whether newspapers are thrown onto doorsteps or distributed digitally, they need to deliver something that is distinctive. New technologies like Apple’s iPad only make this more true. The mere acquisition of a smooth block of metal and glass does not magically persuade people that they should start paying for news. They will pay for news if they think it has value. “

Second, the accompanying “I’m not dead yet” clip:

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One Comment on “Economist: American Print’s Not Dead Yet”

  1. [...] This post was mentioned on Twitter by Dave Levy, Rachel Levitin. Rachel Levitin said: RT @levydr: Economist: American Print's Not Dead Yet, and a great point about content over delivery: http://bit.ly/djdsgF [...]


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