Wednesday, July 21, 2010
Some thoughts On Digital Media And The Future Of The Newspaper Business.
Yesterday, we poked fun at the New York Times's latest discussion of how hard people in successful online media companies work.
We poked fun because the New York Times never seems to portray the energy, excitement, industriousness, and intensity of this business--our business--in a positive light.
For example, the NYT never seems to note that this is a dynamic new industry that is creating jobs and revitalizing a trade that has become fat and happy and set in its ways (mainstream media). Rather, the NYT portrays the industry as some sort of digital slave labor camp--focusing on online media manager heart attacks, "burnout", and employees reduced to tears at their desks.
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