Saturday, 14 March 2009

Regional publishers harming quality of their newspapers by doing online news 'too well'

Sometimes you just can't win. Everyone has been urging regional newspapers to invest in online services so they can survive in the digital future.
But when I was working at Press Gazette yesterday I noticed a report by media analyst Enders saying local publishers are accelerating their decline by ‘doing too much too well’ in terms of digital news provision at the expense of the quality of their newspapers.
Enders was commenting on Johnston Press financial results.

1 comment:

Rich Simcox said...

It's not 1 April yet is it?
[checks calendar]