The New York Times has used digital innovation to maintain its quality and reached new subscription highs despite significant headwinds in the newspaper industry.
When is the last time you read, or even came across, a copy of a local newspaper? Local journalism is dying in front of us, and Wall Street vultures are watching.
How WeChat public accounts are taking over conventional publications and becoming the go-to place for reading and news following in China.
If one person has the knack for turning a digital-phobic industry on its head, it's Jeff Bezos. His acquisition and subsequent digital transformation of the Washington Post has been a massive success. How did Bezos take a struggling paper, in a broadly struggling industry, and turn it into a digital publishing powerhouse?
The Guardian has survived one of the biggest industry declines, to become a more relevant newspaper in a digital world. They have beaten their traditional newspaper rivals through the adoption of 'Open Journalism' and digital media – putting their readers at the heart of the company.
The New York Times struggles to maintain its market leadership position against innovative upstarts in the digital media industry.