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Published on March 13, 2009

Author: cdray

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Presentation given to University of Texas Journalism students on the direction of traditional media.
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Consuming Media People are consuming media in different ways. Over the last four years, overall internet penetration rose from 58% of all adult Americans to 70%. Home broadband penetration grew from 20 million people (or 10% of adult Americans) to 74 million people (37% of adult Americans).

People are consuming media in different ways.

Over the last four years, overall internet penetration rose from 58% of

all adult Americans to 70%. Home broadband penetration grew

from 20 million people (or 10% of adult Americans) to 74 million people

(37% of adult Americans).

For broadband internet users, online news is a more regular part of the daily news diet than is the local paper; it is nearly as much of a daily habit as is getting news from national TV newscasts and radio. Online experience is responsible for another 25% of the growth in daily online news consumption. Internet users, as they gain tenure online, are increasingly comfortable with the idea that they can consume news online. For younger home high-speed internet users, certain news gathering habits, namely reading a local daily newspaper and to a lesser extent watching local and national TV news, are not being formed. Consuming Media

For broadband internet users, online news is a more regular part of the daily news diet than is the local paper; it is nearly as much of a daily habit as is getting news from national TV newscasts and radio.

Online experience is responsible for another 25% of the growth in daily online news consumption. Internet users, as they gain tenure online, are increasingly comfortable with the idea that they can consume news online.

For younger home high-speed internet users, certain news gathering habits, namely reading a local daily newspaper and to a lesser extent watching local and national TV news, are not being formed.

“ Convergence” is the key. The future of video is online Mobile technology will improve to catch up to the consumer The consumer as a “publisher/programmer” is a fundamental shift from the “one to many” conversation to a “many to many” conversation.

This isn’t your mom’s news industry anymore… 1.17 billion internet users worldwide (source: Internet World Stats 06/30/07) 69% of Americans use the internet (source: World Internet Usage 06/30/07) Swift changes being seen in newspaper readership habits Major circulation and ad revenue declines Newspapers testing new tactics

1.17 billion internet users worldwide (source: Internet World Stats 06/30/07)

69% of Americans use the internet (source: World Internet Usage 06/30/07)

Swift changes being seen in newspaper readership habits

Major circulation and ad revenue declines

Newspapers testing new tactics

What does “convergence” mean? Creation (multi-media stories; print-online; production) Distribution (print; mobile; online; broadcast) Consumption (blurring between reader & publisher)

Creation (multi-media stories; print-online; production)

Distribution (print; mobile; online; broadcast)

Consumption (blurring between reader & publisher)

“… where old and new media collide, where grassroots and corporate media intersect, where the power of the media producer and the power of the media consumer interact in unpredictable ways.” Henry Jenkins, “Convergence Culture”

“… where old and new media collide, where grassroots and corporate media intersect, where the power of the media producer and the power of the media consumer interact in unpredictable ways.”

Henry Jenkins, “Convergence Culture”

 

• Readers elevated from letters pages to micro-publishers. • Bloggers are mini-media owners earning online ad revenue • Social Media consumers consider themselves publishers, not consumers Reader Power

• Readers elevated from letters pages to micro-publishers.

• Bloggers are mini-media owners earning online ad revenue

• Social Media consumers consider themselves publishers, not consumers

But what does that all mean? • In a global context, the advance of the digital age is making media creation & production cheaper, easier and more accessible. • But it also means that media increasingly no longer have a monopoly on publishing. • We are moving from a “one to many” distribution to a “many to many” conversation

• In a global context, the advance of the digital age is making media creation & production cheaper, easier and more accessible.

• But it also means that media increasingly no longer have a monopoly on publishing.

• We are moving from a “one to many” distribution to a “many to many” conversation

Source: Rob Norman, Group M

How Traditional Media is Adapting (Kxan.com) Traditional media outlets are creating New Media departments with a full web desk in the newsroom, web designers, programmers and their own sales team. Print journalists and on-air talent are required to write stories for the web. Web stories are published for the Internet user, not a TV audience Web deadlines are “right now”. Content online must be fresh for the Internet “prime time” hours Broadcast newsrooms had to adjust—deadlines are not for the 5p or 10p news, they are constant. News breaks online first…that’s a change from breaking news on air.

Traditional media outlets are creating New Media departments with a full web desk in the newsroom, web designers, programmers and their own sales team.

Print journalists and on-air talent are required to write stories for the web.

Web stories are published for the Internet user, not a TV audience

Web deadlines are “right now”.

Content online must be fresh for the Internet “prime time” hours

Broadcast newsrooms had to adjust—deadlines are not for the 5p or 10p news, they are constant.

News breaks online first…that’s a change from breaking news on air.

Content can continually expand. A story can be published online with very little information and then expanded upon as the story develops. The kind of content we produce is growing…more images, video and external links. We aggregate content from other news sources How Traditional Media is Adapting (Kxan.com) Adding user feedback, commentary and submissions Reaching out to bloggers with RSS feeds and blogger forums Syndicating content to national sites, YouTube, and blogs

Content can continually expand. A story can be published online with very little information and then expanded upon as the story develops.

The kind of content we produce is growing…more images, video and external links.

We aggregate content from other news sources

Adding user feedback, commentary and submissions

Reaching out to bloggers with RSS feeds and blogger forums

Syndicating content to national sites, YouTube, and blogs

If you think “online” is the future of media You are already way behind the times.

If you think “online” is the future of media

You are already way behind the times.

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