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The tablet magazine ship is sinking. Fast.

The tablet magazine ship is sinking. Fast. | Digital publishing | Scoop.it
“ The death of the tablet magazine has been heralded for months, but here’s how publishers need to rethink their digital offerings for the tablet age.”
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Digg Reader for iPhone and iPad Launched | Good E-Reader - eBooks, Publishing and Comic News

Digg Reader for iPhone and iPad Launched | Good E-Reader - eBooks, Publishing and Comic News | Digital publishing | Scoop.it

The Digg Reader has been in development for awhile now and has finally made it to the iPhone and the iPad just in time before Google Reader goes


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tony whittingham's curator insight, June 28, 2013 5:11 PM

A great tool for managing information overload...

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US newspaper publishers can't find a digital business model

US newspaper publishers can't find a digital business model | Digital publishing | Scoop.it
“ Survey finds that for every $1 earned in online revenue, $7 are lost in print...” “ A report published today by the US-based Project for Excellence in Journalism (PEJ) makes for grim reading.” It discovers, as if we didn't know it, that the search for a new business model to revive the newspaper industry is making only halting progress. The central revelation is that, on average, for every $1 earned by newspapers in digital advertising revenue, they lose $7 in print ad revenue. This fact emerges from the PEJ's survey of six companies that own 121 newspapers, which were persuaded to share private data about some of their papers' financial performances. “ "Executives at the 13 companies involved in this report confirmed that closing the revenue gap remains an uphill and existential struggle," writes Tom Rosenstiel, the project's director.”
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