Media Monday

Jan 20, 2014

Also in the New York Times, Public Editor Margaret Sullivan discusses the Complaints and Changes following the Times Redesign. Jonathan Wald at Piers Morgan Tonight tweeted: “‘We’ve moved their cheese, and we have to tell them where it is now.’ @Sulliview talks to @nytimes execs re redesign.” Janine Gibson at the Guardian wrote, “.@sulliview on NYT redesign: many gems, not least the designers' shock that people print out the internet.” Gillian Grace from National Post broke it down: “NYT pub editor says #1 reader complaint about site redesign: font is too small. #2. they can't find the print button.”

Related, David Carr tells us of a Publisher Stumbling in Wild Chase for Growth. Gary Nielson with McClatchy Newspapers wrote, “Orange County Register: How an inexperienced publisher went awry pursuing a newspaper print strategy.” Craig Newman at the Chicago Sun-Times said, “@carr2n looks at Aaron Kushner and the Orange Co. Register.” Freelancer David Sheets simplified it: A newspaper success story starts showing signs of failure.”

For more media news, read the Daily Mirror’s Voice of a Generation in which they launch their hunt for trainee to be journalist of tomorrow. Melissa Thompson at there called it a “brilliant opportunity for wannabe journos.” Ian Sherwood at Sky News agreed: “Great opportunity for a young journalist.”

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