December 10, 2008

Which Media Industries Are Hurting More Than Radio?...

Let's Try Daily Newspapers and Broadcast Network Television

The NPR and 90.9 FM WHYY show Radio Times with Marty Moss-Coane takes a look at recent developments in the media including the Tribune Company's bankruptcy filing, and how the media and journalism will survive in this economic crisis.

The guest also discuss NBC's decision to scrap its prime time dramas for Jay Leno and how the internet has drastically effected the way Americans receive information including how sales departments are unable to generate the revenue for newspapers and network TV to survive. The guests are Andrew Tyndall, publisher of the Tyndall Report which monitors television news and Jon Fine, media columnist for BusinessWeek. Listen to the show - Hour Two on 12/9/08

An interesting discussion about internet and digital content in the near future.

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