- This Webinar was originally broadcast on:
- July 16, 2008 Enroll Now
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- The News Biz: What's Happening, What's Next?
- Originally Broadcast On:
- July 16, 2008
- Time Estimate:
- One hour
In this virtual classroom, participants can join in a seminar led by Poynter faculty and visiting faculty. This screencast includes live audio and a slideshow presentation in which participants can post questions and respond to poll questions posed by the host.
Are you trying to make sense of the newspaper industry's plunging revenues and uncertain future? Join Poynter's media business analyst Rick Edmonds as he examines the latest industry news and explores scenarios for the future.
And if you're not already a regular reader, you can check out Rick's take on the latest industry developments in his Biz Blog at Poynter Online.
What Will I Learn:
- Why audience isn't the big problem -- classified is
- What has happened to profit margins
- The best of prospective new revenue streams
- How competing media -- broadcast and magazines -- are doing
- Where news fits as a business asset
Who Should Take this Course:
Editors and other newsroom leaders, reporters and visual journalists, and advertising or business side staff members -- anyone trying to make sense of the current media climate.
Rick Edmonds is media business analyst for The Poynter Institute and writes Biz Blog at Poynter Online. He is also co-author of the newspaper chapter of Project for Excellence in Journalism's annual State of the News Media electronic yearbook. He worked as a reporter and editor at the Philadelphia Inquirer from 1977-1982 and worked as an editor and publisher for the St. Petersburg Times organization from 1982-1993.
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