# For most of their existence, newspapers were steady sources of revenue that required little management -- "cash cows that you put your brother in charge of."10 Newspapers That Will Survive The Apocalypse
# This led to bloat at the large, public congolmerates that now own many of our best local newspapers.
# Then came the Internet. It brought some competition yes, but more devastatingly it brought the preception of a paradigm shift. Suddenly, the bloat-tolerant managers at the top of the newspaper chains couldn't turn left without hearing from an equity analyst threatening to slap their company with a "sell" rating if it didn't invest enough in the Internet.
Thursday, April 2, 2009
10 Newspapers That Will Survive The Apocalypse
Posted by Anthony J. Pennings, PhD at 10:10 AM