The newspaper industry has staked its future on failed legacy newspaper editorial systems that require “tremendous effort and patience“. GateHouse Media could not implement this old desktop software masquerading in the “cloud” because it required too much bandwidth. Seriously! What is this, 1996? This legacy print CMS software is so ineffective, so destructive to digital [...]
Posts Tagged as 'Innovation'
May 15th, 2013 · View Comments
July 1st, 2010 · View Comments
At Publish2, we’re pleased and flattered and just plain excited to rank #39 on this list of “The 100 Most Important Online Publishers” from June’s OMMA, the magazine of online media, marketing, and advertising, published by MediaPost. The OMMA editors call it a subjective editorial judgment on their part, but they also add this about [...]
January 9th, 2009 · View Comments
The discussion about journalism’s future so often focuses on Big Changes — Kill the print edition! Flips for everyone! Reinvent business models NOW! — that it’s easy to forget how simple innovation can be. Sometimes all you need is a few Tweets, a bunch of links, and some like-minded pioneers. That’s how a quiet revolution [...]
February 10th, 2008 · View Comments
How long does it take to launch an innovative new feature on a newspaper site? About 48 hours — that’s the standard set by innovative editors like Jack Lail at Knoxnews.com, Tom Meagher at Herald News, and Mark Briggs at Thenewstribune.com.