Eleição e Civilização Rodrigo Lara Mesquita, artigo publicado no Estadão, 16/9. A computação, o software e as telecomunicações, cuja síntese é a Internet, tiraram o domínio do público das tradicionais empresas de informação e colocaram o indivíduo no centro do processo de comunicação. Situação que está subvertendo a arquitetura de todos os processos sociais, econômicos… Read More


See on Scoop.it – Journalism and the WEB What’s the right way to respond when technology disrupts the position of an established business? The Harvard Business School professor has lessons for the news business from other industries.   Rodrigo Mesquita‘s insight: Even the newspaper business is in a growth industry…It’s just their way of thinking … Read More


See on Scoop.it – Journalism and the WEB US newspaper print ad revenues are expected to drop to $16.4bn in 2016 from $19.14bn in 2012. Digital revenues, which include all digital platforms, will edge up to $4bn from $3.4bn, according to eMarketer. O Boston Globe foi comprado por pouco mais de U$ 1 bi no… Read More


See on Scoop.it – Journalism and the WEB The Obama administration has shown what is possible when a government becomes a media entity in its own right. But is that good or bad for a free press and for society in general? Rodrigo Mesquita‘s insight: empresas de qualqur setor, governos, forças armadas, somos todos empresas… Read More


See on Scoop.it – Journalism and the WEB RDA Holding Co., publisher of the 91-year-old Reader’s Digest magazine, filed for bankruptcy to cut $465 million in debt and focus on North American operations as consumers shift from print to electronic media. Rodrigo Mesquita‘s insight: um símbolo da época do papel lutando para sobreviver See on… Read More


See on Scoop.it – Journalism and the WEB The case for a readers’ representative. Rodrigo Mesquita‘s insight: But I think the tea leaves are clear. For cost-cutting reasons, for modern media-technology reasons and because The Post, like other news organizations, is financially weaker and hence even more sensitive to criticism, my bet is that this… Read More


See on Scoop.it – Journalism and the WEB “The direction of travel is clearly toward ‘new’ media, but ‘old’ media are still very much with us and do not appear to be about to disappear wholesale.” As this year begins, three notable reports share the same conclusion about the future of news: The path we… Read More