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  1. Newspapers -- past, present, future... • OR • How the internet killed newspapers.

  2. Agenda • Complete history of newspapers (in 90 seconds or less) • Major trends in newspapers • Competition • Internet • Future • Conclusion

  3. 1770 - 1860 • Shipping and commerce journals • Availability mainly to affluent males • Newspapers help stir up revolution

  4. 1860 - 1890 • Supervening necessity - Civil War • Technological advances • Mass Medium

  5. 1890 - 1920 • Yellow journalism • “Remember the Maine” • Muckrakers

  6. 1920 -- Radio • Speed • Sound • Market share

  7. 1950 -- Television • Speed • Sound and images • Market share

  8. 1970 - 1990 • Watergate • Content changes • Media concentration • Profitability Washington Post reporters Carl Bernstein (in chair) and Bob Woodward watching Nixon announce resignations of top aides on evening of April 30, 1973.

  9. 1990 - Present

  10. 1990 - Present

  11. Troubling signs for the future • Readership declines • Loss of young readers

  12. Troubling signs for the future 1992 = Mosaic = WWW

  13. The Web

  14. The Web

  15. The Web

  16. The Web

  17. Future Convergence: The coming together of two or more disparate disciplines or technologies.

  18. Future -- 2010 • Free content except for niche • Paper to be phased out as baby-boomers age • Personalization and customization

  19. Future -- 2010 • Media will continue to become more fragmented • Not all newspaper companies will die, even if their newspapers do

  20. “Print is dead, get over it!” • - John Squires, President, Sport Illustrated • November 2004