Newspapers Under Threat
Why declining advertising revenue, reduced sales, and the availability of free newspapers and journalism online are all threatening the traditional press. Presenter, Janet Street-Porter, reveals some alarming statistics and talks to industry experts, who are being forced to assess their situation and find ways to guarantee the survival of their publications. Featured contributors include media magnate, Rupert Murdoch, Alan Rusbridger (Editor in Chief, Guardian News and Media), Tim Bowdler (Head of Johnston Press, which owns many local newspapers) and Martin Sorrell (Chief Executive, WPP).
Available since: Thu 1 Apr 2010
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