April 8, 2014
The concept of a newspaper was first executed in 1605 by Johann Carlous in Germany. Since then, the medium has changed, though never dramatically. However, as the late 1900s brought on the revolutionary Internet, this once immortal platform began to sweat with fear. The turn of the millenium accelerated the rise of the Web and […]
January 31, 2014
After very profitable years, newspaper publishers in most OECD countries face declining advertising revenues, titles and circulation. The economic crisis has amplified this downward development. In some OECD countries, more than half of the population read newspapers online but at the minimum 20 percent read newspapers online. The willingness to pay for online news remains […]
January 21, 2014
This infographic portrays what has happened to traditional news via newspapers since the advent of internet news. It provides statistics for how much people rely on the internet for news and how that has affected the revenue for print papers.
December 23, 2013
Eleven percent of adults now own a tablet computer. About half get news on it everyday, and three in ten spend more time consuming news than they did before. But contrary to what some in the news industry hoped, a majority say they are not willing to pay for news content on the devices, according […]
December 16, 2012
These are slides of a presentation done for an international media planning company.
November 9, 2012
This infographic takes a look people’s views about news outlets and finds that increasingly people don’t trust the news. It also shows where people are predominantly getting their news from today.
July 22, 2012
Take their recent article about increased differentiation between suburban strata as portrayed by the 2010 census, using St Croix county as an example. The paper gets some credit for at least distinguishing between suburbs, noting that nationwide inner suburbs grew at a greater rate than middle suburbs, though not nearly at the rate of outer […]