“Newsroom layoffs continue. All these many business decision we make form the core of what our communities know. In 2013 we don’t know what we don’t know. There are so many fewer stories been told because there are so many fewer journalists.”
Ken Doctor, of Nieman Journalism Lab, reminds the World Publishing Expo in Berlin exactly what is at stake as print ad revenues plunge.
A report in Media Briefing report states:
He also asked: “who is going to come up with a Netflix for news?” We already have Oyster, which offers an all-access model for books. Can someone like Flipboard make something similar work for newspapers?