The return of bundling and the indirect value of ‘serious’ journalism

In the past, I’ve argued that serious journalism isn’t becoming less profitable, so much as being exposed as having never profitable in the first place. In doing so, I’ve leaned on Clay Shirky who argued the same in 2009: Journalism written for that fraction of the population that follows the news closely has always been …

How Much Journalism is Worth Saving?

Back in early 2010, shortly after launching this blog, I put pen to paper on some of the core ideas guiding my views on the future of news. Here’s one of them that I still believe is crucial and often ignored: 1) When I talk about how we will finance news/journalism I’m interested in only …