Friday, December 11, 2009

Friday New Media News Roundup

  • Three industry forecasts predict that online will take in more advertising dollars than print by 2015, reports The blog post includes several charts that illustrate the point.
  • A week after the Federal Trade Commission's 2-day workshop on the state of journalism, the Online Journalism Review blog asks what should the government do help journalism.
  • Former managing editor and new BusinessWeek Editor Josh Tyrangiel has a YouTube video on storytelling across different platform.
  • CBS Corp. CEO Leslie Moonves offers his optimism on the local media business an in interview with Variety.
  • Now that the Comcast-NBC Universal deal has been officially announced, NBC CEO Jeffrey Zuker has only nine months to prove himself to his new bosses, reports Bloomberg.
  • Finally, the 24/7Wall Street blog posts about 1o brands it predicts will disappear in 2010. At the top of its list: Newsweek magazine.

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