Monday, September 29, 2008

The elite newspaper of the future

Philip Meyer, Univ. of North Carolina journalism professor, looks into his crystal ball in the new American Journalism Review. His insights on the "end-game" for print newspapers is interesting. Here's a taste:

"The mass audience is drifting away, and resources should be focused on the leadership audience. If existing newspapers don't do it, new competitors will enter their markets and do it for them."

Pour yourself a stiff drink and read more of the AJR article here.