Sunday, April 12, 2009

Newspapers have a future, and it's taking shape today

Mike Connelly writes about New York Times Regional Media Group president Michael Golden visiting the Herald-Tribune:

In an interview with SNN Local News 6 anchor Lauren Mayk, Golden said newspapers “have a news-gathering capability and an editing capability that is simply unmatched.”

But in the next five years, he said, “you’ll see a little less of it in paper and much more of it on the Web. You’ll see it on mobile. And pretty soon there will be a number of devices coming along that look just like print and are print but are delivered digitally. And I think those devices will have a big future.”


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