Regional Editor, MSN Southeast Asia
Old school journalist with a passion for new media. Serious news junkie. Separate love affairs with sexy football, awesome cooking and fabulous music.
m.cjr.org — By Ann Friedman I've spent the past two months on the conference circuit. I spoke to groups of journalists in San Francisco, Boston, New York, and Alaska. And I'll confess something to you: Even though I love working in media and mostly love the other people who do, too, it got to be really depressing.
guardian.co.uk — Greg Hywood, chief executive of the Australian newspaper publisher, Fairfax Media, believes his company could abandon newsprint in favour of digital "in three, five or 10 years." In future, he predicts that printed newspapers will be "expensive, bespoke and narrowly distributed" (as do I, though I don't agree with his time scale).
straitstimes.com — The Straits Times yesterday launched its first interactive e-book, Myanmar Sunrise, which tells the extraordinary story of the world's newest democracy and South-east Asia's last big economic frontier. The book offers a compelling look at today's Myanmar, with lively narratives and new insights from veteran journalists including The Straits Times' foreign editor Ravi Velloor, Indochina Bureau chief Nirmal Ghosh and ST Life!
digiday.com — There's much debate over just what "native advertising" means. Talk to enough publishers, however, you'll find agreement on one thing: it isn't banner ads. The banner ad is now 18 years old. It has become a symbol of all that's wrong with online advertising.
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