A number of big name media companies have shed their print divisions in recent days. Publishers including Gannett and the Tribune Company are moving away from the multi-platform model to isolate print ventures from digital and broadcast media. Judy Woodruff examines the strategy behind these moves, as well as what is lost, with Ken Doctor of Newsonomics. Continue reading
Ray Suarez talks to James Fallows of the Atlantic and Ming Wan of George Mason University about China’s new leadership may approach government oversight of Chinese print and digital media. Continue reading
Marked by an interest in innovative techniques and bawdy satire, Warrington Colescott’s challenging and witty fine art prints have buoyed him to national attention.
On a personal quest to bring his father’s work to a broader audience, Carl Kohler’s son Henry (together with his sister Frida) he approached galleries in hopes that someone would embrace the work, but didn’t have any luck.
With record numbers of layoffs at newspapers around the country and some other publications, such as the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, moving entire operations online, industry professionals are struggling to find a new business model to carry them through the changing media landscape. Analysts discuss the situation. Continue reading