Newspaper of the future

August 13, 2005 | By Jim Stovall | Filed in: journalism.

The New York Times devoted a great deal of space in its business section last month to a profile of the newspaper in Lawrence, Kan. The paper is devoting many resources to building an innovative set of web sites — innovation that is a part of the newspaper’s history and tradition. The Times article provoked online media guru and newspaper critic Vin Crosbie to identify six trends that newspapers should use in planning their future: multimedia, unlimited depth, depackaging, on-demand content, individualization, and mobility and ubiquity.


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