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Incubating new digital news brands is exactly what traditional news organizations should be doing right now. But they need to treat them as genuine startups, with the expectation that they will… Read more »

Developing better, more robust and open publishing platforms in particular should be the publishing industry’s priority. In a digital world, publishing is a process, not an event, in which the lines… Read more »

A conceptual problem arises from thinking about Flipboard in publishing terms (an error Flipboard itself encourages), when its actual role in the value chain is much closer to that of a… Read more »

If successful Twitter’s Amplify could inspire more publishers (and entrepreneurs) to think about how they can make money by marrying specific pieces of content with specific brands or specific users and… Read more »

The long-term survival of traditional news-gathering organizations such as the post depends on figuring out how content originators can participate financially in the value exchanges that occur around their content once… Read more »

Amazon knows far more about its customers than most magazine publishers know about their readers, and more than most direct marketers know about the lists they’re targeting. Read more »

The crux of the government’s case against Apple is that it acted as the “ringmaster” of a conspiracy among the publishers to raise the price of ebooks above what Amazon was… Read more »

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