Tag: costs

by Miral Sattar

At every writers conference or self-publishing panel the question that almost always inevitably comes up is: “How much will self-publishing really cost me?” Because the book publishing industry is one of the last industries to go digital, it’s going through a quick transition. As a result of this shift, authors no longer need to go […] more »

by Emily Harris

Carrie Lozano nailed a real need in her No. 1 takeaway from last month’s “collaboration marathon” of back-to-back conferences in Berkeley, Calif. “We need to come up with useful cost-benefit analyses of collaboration,” she wrote on Collaboration Central last week. That work is underway. Journalists and others experienced in collaboration began to assess the costs […] more »

by Neil Heyside

Newspapers can be saved and they can get back to delivering a consistent return on capital to investors, but this can’t be achieved using old methods. At CRG Partners, our experience working with newspaper companies in the U.S. and U.K. has shown us that publishers and their executive management seem to believe that traditional cost-cutting […] more »

by Wayne MacPhail

What does journalism cost? That’s a question that’s being batted around a lot lately as the economic case for and against traditional newsrooms gets made in the press, on the web, and certainly across well-polished boardroom tables. In an article on J-Source, Kirk LaPointe, managing editor of the Vancouver Sun, argued that when the cost […] more »