It's been a while since I wrote my last post in my series about the Internet and Journalism. Time constraints have limited me. So I am going to write shorter posts in order to up the pace a bit.
Oh, and in case you want to re-read the previous posts, here's a list of them in order:
The Internet is for data
Suspension of disbelief is critical to process data
The Internet as a disrupter on data, audio and video platforms
The deflationary impact of the Internet on incumbent business models
Cable companies now under competitive threat, beginning to hemorrhage customers
How do you make money on this thing?
I want to come back to a couple of things I wrote near the end of the fourth post.
As newspapers downsize under the assault of Internet-inspired revenue loss, alt...
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Edward Harrison is the founder of Credit Writedowns and a former career diplomat, investment banker and technology executive with over twenty five years of business experience. He has also been a regular economic and financial commentator in print and on television for the past decade. He speaks six languages and reads another five, skills he uses to provide a more global perspective. Edward holds an MBA in Finance from Columbia University and a BA in Economics from Dartmouth College.