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Dorian Benkoil senior consultant at Teeming Media. An award-winning journalist and editor, he was a foreign correspondent for AP and Newsweek, and international and managing editor for ABCNews.com. At ABC News he moved to the business side, handling sales integration and business development, before joining Fairchild Publications as General Manager for their Internet division, becoming editorial director for mediabistro.com, then a consultant for Teeming Media in New York. He graduates this year with an MBA from Baruch's Zicklin school of business. Learn more about him at Benkoil.com or his blog - MediaFlect.com.

Robert Cauthorn is a journalist, former vice president of digital media at the San Francisco Chronicle, and was the third recipient of the Newspaper Association of America's prestigious Digital Pioneer Award. He launched one of the first five newspapers web sites in the world and is generally considered to have delivered the first profitable newspaper web site in 1995. Cauthorn has been in the middle of the transition from old media to new and is recognized as frank-talking critic when he believes newspapers stray for their mission. In mid-2004 he became the president of CityTools, LLC a new media startup based in San Francisco.

Ben Compaine has divided his career between the academic world and private business. He was a journalist when manual typewriters were considered state of the art, but also led the conversion of his college newspaper to cold type. He has started and managed weekly newspapers. His dissertation at Temple University in 1977 was about the changing technologies that were going to unsettle the landscape of the staid and low profit newspaper industry. Since then he has focused his research and consulting on examining the forces and trends at work in the information industries. Among his most well-known works (and the name of his blog) is "Who Owns the Media?".

Vin Crosbie has been called "the Practical Futurist" by Folio, the trade journal of the American magazine industry. Editor & Publisher magazine, the trade journal of the American newspaper industry, devoted the Overview chapter of executive research report Digital Delivery of News: A How-to Guide for Publishers to his work. His speech to the National Association of Broadcasters annual conference was one of 24 orations selected by a team of speech professors for publication in the reference book Representative American Speeches 2004-2005. He has keynoted the Seybold Publishing Strategies conference in 2000; co-chaired and co-moderated last year's annual Beyond the Printed Word the digital publishing conference in Vienna; and regularly speaks at most major online news media conferences. He is currently in residence as adjunct professor of visual and interactive communications and senior consultant on executive education in new media at Syracuse University's S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications, and meanwhile is managing partner of the media consulting firm of Digital Deliverance LLC in Greenwich, Connecticut.
About this blog
Two forces have shattered the news media. Technology is the first. Although media technology is undergoing its greatest change since the day in 1440 when Johannes Gutenberg first inked type, for more than ten years now the news industry has mistaken new technologies merely as electronic ways to distribute otherwise printed or analog products. Estrangement is the second. The news media has lost touch with people's needs and interests during the past 30 years, as demonstrated by rapidly declining readerships of newspapers and audiences of broadcast news. How we rebuild news media appropriate to the 21st Century from the growing rubble of this industry is the subject of this group weblog.

Rebuilding Media

Category Index
'Pure-Play' Internet media
Twitter and the Zeitgeist
Microsoft and Yahoo (Microhoo?) Makes Time-Warner/AOL Merger Look Good
Why Aren't There Government Bloggers?
New data bodes ill for newspaper advertising, but a few notes of positive news

Advertising
Is AT&T's new data pricing a bad sign for media's iPad dreams?
Journalist, Editor, Ad (Wo)Man
Advertising Vs. News - Who's Ahead?
$10 a month for SMS, not a dime for the digital newspaper. What's wrong with this picture?
You Can't Have it Both Ways
Making Money From Media When Copyright's Not Respected
Can less be more? Defining new media products by how they are used
Microsoft and Yahoo (Microhoo?) Makes Time-Warner/AOL Merger Look Good
Local online advertising is up. Newspapers' share in down.
Economist's research confirms that ad-support online model works best today for larger newspapers
Murdoch to set WSJ Online free; Sees decline in television profit
Could Google Be as Transformative for the Cell Phone Model as it Has Been for the Media Industry?
The Attributes of a Journalist or Marketer
When Everyone's an Advertiser Where Does the Money Go?
Journalism and Marketing
New York Times abandons TimesSelect, joins all advertising model

Blink ›
My Visit With Walter Cronkite
What's a Community News Site's Obligation?
Meanwhile, Over at MediaFlect
Cambridge's Out of Town News survives
TV Network Viewership Down. What's the Problem?
Covering Online News Association Conference
This is WSJ Breaking News Why, Exactly?
Future of NYTimes
It's Official: WSJ Not Free
The Wall Street Journal Online Wants to/Does not want to be free, Part 7
Benazir Bhutto Front Page Roundup
CNET Shuts Down Its Reader
Murdoch confirms WSJ Online wants to be free
More Thoughts on TimesSelect
Pulitzer: WSJ gets 2, Heavy on NY
The challenge of media competition from ground level
Federated Expected to Drastically Reduce Newspaper Advertising
We Media: A False Divide
Cauthorn webcast
Finally: The New York Times to Cease Printing Daily Stock Tables
John Naughton Foresees the End of Traditional Broadcasting
A Blog For Comments About Just One Story
Real Interactivity
NewsHour with Jim Lehrer about the WashingtonPost.com Blog Shutdown
Murdoch Hires McKinsey's Philips
Merging v. Demerging
Apples to Apples, Dust to Dust
Time Inc.Cuts Staff; Los Angeles Times Ends National Edition

Heaton: How Unbundled TV Should Work
Why 'Verified' Circulation Is Now Separate From 'Paid' Circulation
Ringtone Pricing May Lead Music Industry to Misprice Online
No Control is Scary
New York Times' Paid Online Content Hits 135,00 Subscribers in Two Months
Another Google 'Assault' on Classified Ads
IBM is Listening
This Is Really Pay-per-View
Partial access, for a fee
NBC Shows for Free?
Paying, but Not for News. Yes, But
Sulzberger: Information Doesn't Want to be Free
Bigtimers go bloggy
My Rebuillding Media Compatriot Bob Cauthorn will speak at IfraExpo 2005
John Le Carré about U.S. Media
Is Yahoo public enemy No. 1 for Big Media?
Editor & Publisher interviews Adrian Holovaty
We Media Photos
Oui to We Media
Wiki of an Esquire article
The Guardian's 'Been There' Beta
News With Context
How Bad Is Ad Industry Fudging?
OJR: Citizen Media Gets Richer
... And Large Layoffs
Hear that Sucking Sound?
WKRN-TV and KRON-TV Switch to Videographer Journalists
Number of New Users of Digital Audio Players to Decline
NYT's Keller and Nisenholtz on Newsroom Integration
RSS User-Agents Excluded from UK & Irish Website Traffic Statistics
Reed Elsevier to be Online Only Business, CEO Predicts
Rather on News
CraigsList Rapidly Growing in Local Markets
Wallace on the 'Agora of the 21st Century'
Nokia on What'll Happen in 2005, 2006, and 2008
UK Illegal Music Downloaders Also Buy More Music
Tensions between Programmers and Cable Operators Hinders VOD
Few Know About RSS, Podcasting, Etc.
Newspapers' Blog Attempts 'Reek of Desperation'
Schanberg: How to 'Read' the News
The Global Effects of CraigsList on Newspapers
MIT Technology Review Editor Says Print's End Coming Soon Than Expected
BBC 3 To Premier New Shows On-line Before On-Air
More Than Half of Movie Studios' Revenues from DVD and VHS
Even Journalists Can Get Carried Away by Blogging's Immediacy

Books
Another Innovator's Dilemma: Book Publishers Uncertain About E-Book Releases

Cable
$10 a month for SMS, not a dime for the digital newspaper. What's wrong with this picture?
Bundling equals diversity and serendipity for cable as much as for newspapers

Convergence
The Media Pinball Effect
Transforming American Newspapers (Part 2)
Transforming American Newspapers (Part 1)
"Seismic" events reshaping media landscape? I think not.
It's Time for News Organizations to Stop Defining Themselves by Obsolete Products
Looking back: Communications industry spending outpaces GDP growth. Looking ahead: Internet advertising poised to overtake newspaper ad revenue
The Press Will Be Outsourced Before Stopped
Disintermediation: Still at work, eroding the old while creating new opportunities
Streaming Media East '07: Non-Media Companies Get Media
The challenge of media competition from ground level
The Future of Radio is… TV, says The NY Times. Convergence Strikes Again
We are Time's "Person of the Year": The Year of YouTube
What Future Roles for Newsstands, Archives, and Newsrooms?
The News Industry's Five Stages of Grief
Internet video: 10 years in the making of a "sudden" phenomenon
Convergence is when you don’t know where the next bit is coming from

Infrastructure
More than symbolic: Out of Town News in Harvard Square to close
What is 'New Media'?

Internet
For-Profit, Not-for-Profit, Unprofitable for-Profit: All to be Part of the Media Model Mix
From a Knowledge- to a Relationship Economy
More than symbolic: Out of Town News in Harvard Square to close
Transforming American Newspapers (Part 2)
Transforming American Newspapers (Part 1)
Random News, No Preference
The Real Threat to AP
CBS Buying CNET Makes Sense?
The Freemium Business Model: Anything There for the Media?
Microsoft and Yahoo (Microhoo?) Makes Time-Warner/AOL Merger Look Good
Murdoch to set WSJ Online free; Sees decline in television profit
"Seismic" events reshaping media landscape? I think not.
New York Times abandons TimesSelect, joins all advertising model
Looking back: Communications industry spending outpaces GDP growth. Looking ahead: Internet advertising poised to overtake newspaper ad revenue
Is a micropayment system needed to bulk up Internet content from small players?
Disintermediation: Still at work, eroding the old while creating new opportunities
Business Imperatives for the Digital Editor
The Media Development Loan Fund
McClatchy-Yahoo Deal A Small Step in the New Media Landscape
2006 advertising numbers for media shows familiar story: Online is sucking up all the growth
The Future of Radio is… TV, says The NY Times. Convergence Strikes Again
Data Points Aggregate Into Trends Facing Media Old and New
Smaller News Operations Can Get High Prominence on Google News
We are Time's "Person of the Year": The Year of YouTube
Online News IQ Quiz: Are You Up to Speed?
Media Idolatry
World's publishers gather in Moscow, but it's the editors who are leading
From "We" to "Oui"
"Trust in Media" survey adds to data that the erosion of television and newspaper use continues
Latest Fox, Disney video plans highlight development of multiple business models

Magazines
Is AT&T's new data pricing a bad sign for media's iPad dreams?
For-Profit, Not-for-Profit, Unprofitable for-Profit: All to be Part of the Media Model Mix
More than symbolic: Out of Town News in Harvard Square to close
When the Story is Bigger Than the News
What to watch as The Sporting News launches free online formatted magazine.
Why MagHound is Brilliant -- And Why It Won’t Work
Economist's research confirms that ad-support online model works best today for larger newspapers
Editors are Now 'Content Managers'
We are Time's "Person of the Year": The Year of YouTube
What Future Roles for Newsstands, Archives, and Newsrooms?
The News Industry's Five Stages of Grief

Media Competition
Kinsley sees no future in micropayments for news-- but positive outlook nonethless
More than symbolic: Out of Town News in Harvard Square to close
Hard data confirms changes in Wall Street Journal’s news choices under Murdoch
The Uncertainty May Be Over for Hi-Def DVD: And the Winner is Blu-Ray
Media entrepreneurship is vibrant and encouraging, even beyond the Internet
"Seismic" events reshaping media landscape? I think not.
New data bodes ill for newspaper advertising, but a few notes of positive news
McClatchy-Yahoo Deal A Small Step in the New Media Landscape
The challenge of media competition from ground level
The Future of Radio is… TV, says The NY Times. Convergence Strikes Again
Data Points Aggregate Into Trends Facing Media Old and New
Smaller News Operations Can Get High Prominence on Google News
What Future Roles for Newsstands, Archives, and Newsrooms?
Chilly Media Climate in Russia, But Some Issues for Media Business are Universal
Future of the media industry? Just follow the money
Bismarck's newspaper vs. Brightcove's online video. It's no contest
Western Union sings its last telegram: The lessons for the media industry

media industry
Is AT&T's new data pricing a bad sign for media's iPad dreams?
Another Innovator's Dilemma: Book Publishers Uncertain About E-Book Releases
What's the Boston Globe Worth? A newsstand copy may cost you more than the company.
Newspapers shouldn't be seeking -- and don't need-- government help
For-Profit, Not-for-Profit, Unprofitable for-Profit: All to be Part of the Media Model Mix
Kinsley sees no future in micropayments for news-- but positive outlook nonethless
More than symbolic: Out of Town News in Harvard Square to close
Informing Ourselves (not to Death)
The Media Pinball Effect
Transforming American Newspapers (Part 2)
What to watch as The Sporting News launches free online formatted magazine.
ContentNext, mediabistro and Math
Hard data confirms changes in Wall Street Journal’s news choices under Murdoch
News media need to give users serendipity and value added. Not the price of a gallon of gas.
Can less be more? Defining new media products by how they are used
The Freemium Business Model: Anything There for the Media?
Media entrepreneurship is vibrant and encouraging, even beyond the Internet
Entrepreneurial Journalism is No Oxymoron (II)
Local online advertising is up. Newspapers' share in down.
Murdoch to set WSJ Online free; Sees decline in television profit
"Seismic" events reshaping media landscape? I think not.
Survey Data Points to Need for New Thinking for Newspaper Publishers
Looking back: Communications industry spending outpaces GDP growth. Looking ahead: Internet advertising poised to overtake newspaper ad revenue
Disintermediation: Still at work, eroding the old while creating new opportunities
New data bodes ill for newspaper advertising, but a few notes of positive news
McClatchy-Yahoo Deal A Small Step in the New Media Landscape
2006 advertising numbers for media shows familiar story: Online is sucking up all the growth
The Future of Radio is… TV, says The NY Times. Convergence Strikes Again
Data Points Aggregate Into Trends Facing Media Old and New
No newspaper (or Web site) ever went out of business for lack of content

Newspapers
Is AT&T's new data pricing a bad sign for media's iPad dreams?
What's the Boston Globe Worth? A newsstand copy may cost you more than the company.
Newspapers shouldn't be seeking -- and don't need-- government help
Crovitz, Brill in New Pay Journalism Project
What's a Community News Site's Obligation?
A New Journalism Model - News in a ‘Search Economy’
For-Profit, Not-for-Profit, Unprofitable for-Profit: All to be Part of the Media Model Mix
Advertising Vs. News - Who's Ahead?
To Save Newspapers, Don't Restrict Others
$10 a month for SMS, not a dime for the digital newspaper. What's wrong with this picture?
Kinsley sees no future in micropayments for news-- but positive outlook nonethless
No Need to Make Newspapers Not-for-Profits
Detroit Free Press to offer a robust digital version. But is it enough?
Detroit newspapers on verge of being first going less than daily (sort of)
More than symbolic: Out of Town News in Harvard Square to close
When the Story is Bigger Than the News
How the Credit Crisis May Affect Highly Leveraged Publishers
On AP and Newspaper Cancellation
Transforming American Newspapers (Part 2)
Transforming American Newspapers (Part 1)
NYTimes.com: More Californians Visiting than NYers?
Hard data confirms changes in Wall Street Journal’s news choices under Murdoch
The Real Threat to AP
Taking Ballmer Too Literally
Wall Street Journal contuinues its "me too" big story strategy
News media need to give users serendipity and value added. Not the price of a gallon of gas.
Can less be more? Defining new media products by how they are used
Newspapers Aren't General Interest on the Web
Crovitz: Consumer Has it Over Business
Murdoch does not take Wall Street Journal to the right (place)
The Wall Street Journal Online Wants to/Does not want to be free, Part 7
Local online advertising is up. Newspapers' share in down.
How Could a Newspaper Compete with This?
Economist's research confirms that ad-support online model works best today for larger newspapers
Murdoch confirms WSJ Online wants to be free
The Attributes of a Journalist or Marketer
Newspapers' iPod Moment
Payment for Online Content isn't Dead, Despite TimesSelect's Demise
New York Times abandons TimesSelect, joins all advertising model
Do Newspapers Need an 'Octopus' Strategy?
Survey Data Points to Need for New Thinking for Newspaper Publishers
Looking back: Communications industry spending outpaces GDP growth. Looking ahead: Internet advertising poised to overtake newspaper ad revenue
How Pogue Does Video
The Wall Street Journal, Free and Strategy
The Press Will Be Outsourced Before Stopped
If the Wall Street Journal Were Free
Clinton Cleavage? Gimme a Break
Disintermediation: Still at work, eroding the old while creating new opportunities
Prediction: Newspapers Will Rule the Video World
Supply & Demand and 'Unpackaging' on Newspaper Content Online
New data bodes ill for newspaper advertising, but a few notes of positive news
The Halberstam I Knew
McClatchy-Yahoo Deal A Small Step in the New Media Landscape
'Citizen Journalism' Is Only One Of Many Necessary Tools
A Land Where Beer is Pronounced URL
Data Points Aggregate Into Trends Facing Media Old and New
Smaller News Operations Can Get High Prominence on Google News
Photos of newsrooms show varied styles, but "bottom line" of design not clear
Hundreds of American Newspapers Surrender
Do online publishers really need protection from Google? The outlook for ACAP
What Future Roles for Newsstands, Archives, and Newsrooms?
Do More People Read Newspapers Online Than in Print?
Timewarp
Your market share is down. You're selling less. A turnaround unlikely. Ya think some downsizing might be in order?
Peeking Under the Blanket
Online News IQ Quiz: Are You Up to Speed?
Pragmatic Advice from An Editor Who Understands
Federated Expected to Drastically Reduce Newspaper Advertising
Frustrated in Amherst
Newspaper Websites' Average User Aging as Quickly as Print Readers
World's publishers gather in Moscow, but it's the editors who are leading
Culture Shock within Online Publishing
Local Group to Buy Philadelphia Newspapers: Dreams of the Naive or Fresh Thinking of New Players?
Cauthorn and Defense Minister Challenge Asian Publishers
A Date with the Butcher
Raise a Web Banner for World Press Freedom Day (May 3)
Strategy for newspaper company may differ from strategy for newspaper
McClatchy deal leaves much uncertainty in wake of Knight-Ridder "resale"
Finally: The New York Times to Cease Printing Daily Stock Tables
WAN Paris Report: Newspaper Revenues Online
Bismarck's newspaper vs. Brightcove's online video. It's no contest
Newspapers discover they are at "a strategic inflection point": 2006 or 1996?
A WAN Attempt to Turn Back Time
Readers Must Be Transparent, Too

Online
Is AT&T's new data pricing a bad sign for media's iPad dreams?
Network externalities means different business model solutions for old media and new
Newspapers shouldn't be seeking -- and don't need-- government help
For-Profit, Not-for-Profit, Unprofitable for-Profit: All to be Part of the Media Model Mix
$10 a month for SMS, not a dime for the digital newspaper. What's wrong with this picture?
Detroit Free Press to offer a robust digital version. But is it enough?
Detroit newspapers on verge of being first going less than daily (sort of)
More than symbolic: Out of Town News in Harvard Square to close
The Media Pinball Effect
What to watch as The Sporting News launches free online formatted magazine.
The Real Threat to AP
News media need to give users serendipity and value added. Not the price of a gallon of gas.
Twitter Journalism
Can less be more? Defining new media products by how they are used
The Freemium Business Model: Anything There for the Media?
Microsoft and Yahoo (Microhoo?) Makes Time-Warner/AOL Merger Look Good
The Wall Street Journal Online Wants to/Does not want to be free, Part 7
Gain and Loss of Social Self
Local online advertising is up. Newspapers' share in down.
Economist's research confirms that ad-support online model works best today for larger newspapers
Murdoch to set WSJ Online free; Sees decline in television profit
Murdoch confirms WSJ Online wants to be free
New York Times abandons TimesSelect, joins all advertising model
Survey Data Points to Need for New Thinking for Newspaper Publishers
Looking back: Communications industry spending outpaces GDP growth. Looking ahead: Internet advertising poised to overtake newspaper ad revenue
Is a micropayment system needed to bulk up Internet content from small players?
Google's Privacy Issue
New data bodes ill for newspaper advertising, but a few notes of positive news
McClatchy-Yahoo Deal A Small Step in the New Media Landscape
2006 advertising numbers for media shows familiar story: Online is sucking up all the growth
'Citizen Journalism' Is Only One Of Many Necessary Tools
Data Points Aggregate Into Trends Facing Media Old and New
Smaller News Operations Can Get High Prominence on Google News
We are Time's "Person of the Year": The Year of YouTube
What Future Roles for Newsstands, Archives, and Newsrooms?

Public Service Media
The Price of Objectivity
The Media Development Loan Fund
Promote World Press Freedom on May 3rd
What role for public broadcasting in the new media future?

Radio
Local online advertising is up. Newspapers' share in down.
New data bodes ill for newspaper advertising, but a few notes of positive news
The challenge of media competition from ground level
The Future of Radio is… TV, says The NY Times. Convergence Strikes Again
The News Industry's Five Stages of Grief
"Trust in Media" survey adds to data that the erosion of television and newspaper use continues

Revenue models
Is AT&T's new data pricing a bad sign for media's iPad dreams?
Another Innovator's Dilemma: Book Publishers Uncertain About E-Book Releases
Network externalities means different business model solutions for old media and new
What's the Boston Globe Worth? A newsstand copy may cost you more than the company.
Newspapers shouldn't be seeking -- and don't need-- government help
For-Profit, Not-for-Profit, Unprofitable for-Profit: All to be Part of the Media Model Mix
How Twitter Plans to Make Money
$10 a month for SMS, not a dime for the digital newspaper. What's wrong with this picture?
What the Economy Means for Media Investment
Detroit newspapers on verge of being first going less than daily (sort of)
Transforming American Newspapers (Part 1)
What to watch as The Sporting News launches free online formatted magazine.
The Real Threat to AP
Can less be more? Defining new media products by how they are used
The Freemium Business Model: Anything There for the Media?
Microsoft and Yahoo (Microhoo?) Makes Time-Warner/AOL Merger Look Good
Paying Sources
The Wall Street Journal Online Wants to/Does not want to be free, Part 7
Local online advertising is up. Newspapers' share in down.
Economist's research confirms that ad-support online model works best today for larger newspapers
Murdoch to set WSJ Online free; Sees decline in television profit
Murdoch confirms WSJ Online wants to be free
Could Google Be as Transformative for the Cell Phone Model as it Has Been for the Media Industry?
New York Times abandons TimesSelect, joins all advertising model
Looking back: Communications industry spending outpaces GDP growth. Looking ahead: Internet advertising poised to overtake newspaper ad revenue
Is a micropayment system needed to bulk up Internet content from small players?

Strategy
Is AT&T's new data pricing a bad sign for media's iPad dreams?
Another Innovator's Dilemma: Book Publishers Uncertain About E-Book Releases
Network externalities means different business model solutions for old media and new
For-Profit, Not-for-Profit, Unprofitable for-Profit: All to be Part of the Media Model Mix
Transforming American Newspapers (Part 2)
Transforming American Newspapers (Part 1)
What to watch as The Sporting News launches free online formatted magazine.
Hard data confirms changes in Wall Street Journal’s news choices under Murdoch
Wall Street Journal contuinues its "me too" big story strategy

Technology
Detroit Free Press to offer a robust digital version. But is it enough?
The Coming Collision With Mobile Carriers
Twitter-Nalia: A Cloud Burst is Forming

Television
The Media Pinball Effect
When the Story is Bigger Than the News
News media need to give users serendipity and value added. Not the price of a gallon of gas.
CBS Buying CNET Makes Sense?
Local online advertising is up. Newspapers' share in down.
Murdoch to set WSJ Online free; Sees decline in television profit
Looking back: Communications industry spending outpaces GDP growth. Looking ahead: Internet advertising poised to overtake newspaper ad revenue
Disintermediation: Still at work, eroding the old while creating new opportunities
McClatchy-Yahoo Deal A Small Step in the New Media Landscape
Data Points Aggregate Into Trends Facing Media Old and New
The News Industry's Five Stages of Grief
Federated Expected to Drastically Reduce Newspaper Advertising
"Trust in Media" survey adds to data that the erosion of television and newspaper use continues
Latest Fox, Disney video plans highlight development of multiple business models
Internet video: 10 years in the making of a "sudden" phenomenon
CNN, Losing on the Air, Winning Online


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