From print to screen

At The Guardian, Roy Greenslade writes about how news organizations and journalists have to get with the program.

This thought of his is a worry to me, too.

I have long argued that we will eventually move from print to screen. What worries me, however, is that the transformation is being threatened by the immediate economic crisis. I fear that the death of print products will lead to the demise of the related online platforms too.

A corollory to that: As print products panic in the face of this economic crisis, they’re throwing resources at the Internet, but still without a PLAN on how to do it successfully and profitably. Doing it haphazardly will only hurt them in the long run.

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