Jeff Jarvis and other media bloggers report about print newspapers that go online – not to to die, because they were dead already.
My comment to one of Jeff’s recent posts:
These are dead bodies in dead markets.
Like the papers in Detroit.
So, going online will not solve their problems.
If you were not able to make money in print, how you are going to survive online?
If you didn’t get enough readers and advertisers, how are you going to get them online?
Only print newspapers making money, having readers and advertisers, and investing online will survive.
If you were not innovative in print, how I can believe that you will be online?
These newspapers are not casualties of the Internet, but print failures.
These are not the papers of the future.
They are the losers.
So, let’s focus on what The Guardian does or what The Daily Telegraph, La Vanguardia, El Mundo, Politiken, Aftenposten, O Globo, Zero Hora, The New York Times, USA Today, 20 Minutos, Il Corriere della Sera, Dagens Nyheter, Berlingske Tidende, La Nación or La Tercera do …