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  • eBook Publishing Trends: 70% Ready to Go Digital

    The Frankfurt Book Fair is a popular global book extravaganza that not only sells books, but also serves as a cultural interchange across national borders.

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  • Can Newspapers Survive Without Associated Press?

    Can a newspaper exist without publishing syndicated news content? Early this month, The Star-Ledger of Newark, New Jersey, put this question to the test with a one-day boycott of The Associated Press news. The print issue relied primarily on stories by staff members, as well as Los Angeles Times,

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  • Report: The Changing Face of News in a Digital Era

    While the death of print news was predicted awhile ago, the reality is that it's suffering a long, slow, painful and tedious spiral into oblivion. However, within that spiral there is a lot of analysis. And it's a lot more than just rearranging deck chairs on the Titantic.

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  • HOW Design: Print Designers Learn about the Web

    For all the grief that we give those in the print industry, I appreciate it when special efforts are made to spread awareness to help them (and others) to learn new techniques that make their work on the Web more effective. Such efforts are in abundance at the HOW Design Conference. Common Mistakes Print Designers Make on the Web was

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  • Away From Print Towards A Better Life Online

    Can print media survive the transition to the Internet? It's an awkward question at best, whose answer has seemed quite dismal over the past year. But now, with a struggling economy and fledgling print audience, International Data Group (IDG) has sought a probable answer.

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  • Course: Repurposing Print For The Web

    Ever since the dawn of the Internet, the way in which one writes for e-media has been a struggle. Too much text will bore your reader -- not too mention frustrate your designer! Write too little and you leave the user searching in vain for information.

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  • Newsweek Refines -- Rather than Revolutionizes -- Its Design

    While we sat about ruminating over how print media is emulating the Web, Newsweek was busy redesigning its magazine to give readers something different. And instead of inserting snappy sound bytes and intriguing blog-like entries, Newsweek bets that readers want to read more, not less. Forget short attention spans;

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  • Print Publications Take Cues from the Web

    Usually I write about how traditional print publications are adapting to the Web. But what about the Web's impact on the design of print publications? Let's face it, attention spans are short. Web designers and bloggers alike know this. They design in a user-friendly format and write no more than

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  • New Media: the Heir to Print Journalism? Yes, and Here's Why

    It started with a few principles then progressed to online metrics, new social networks and it looks like it's going down in a firestorm over free content. All the while, publishers of traditional print media are frantically wondering where it all went wrong. What tangled web are Web journalists weaving,

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  • Publishers to Merge Print and Online Metrics

    The main U.S. newspaper auditing group, Audit Bureau of Circulations (ABC), has announced that it will now include newspapers' print, online and combined readership figures in its biannual reports, citing that "the numbers are a key factor in negotiations on newspaper advertising rates between newspapers and marketers."ABC calls Audience-FAX, to

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