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Clashing online news models
February 19, 2007, 4:34 pm
Filed under: journalism, news, online

Interesting commentary on this IBM report about the “media divide” at MetaMedia, the media blog of the International Herald Tribune:

Chart from IBM study 'Navigating the Media Divide'
IHT’s Eric Pfanner writes:

Yikes. “Content hyper syndication”? “new platform aggregation”? I wish I knew what that means. As for the content vs. distribution battle, I think the research I recently did on Schibsted, the Norwegian newspaper company, provided some interesting insights, if no clear-cut conclusions about who’s going to win this one.

My take on it? Walls are bad. The world of information is opening up. It’s a read/write Web — or didn’t you hear about that?

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