I hadn’t seen this before. A 2011 Oxford Internet Institute map showing the world’s newspapers according to number of papers per population and highest circulations. The Oxford Internet Institute publishes the map under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported License.
We can’t all be the New York Times or the Guardian. Many smaller newspaper newsrooms are still grappling with the basics of how to get their websites moving given a small staff, lack of digital expertise and uncertainty over revenue opportunities. Sometimes there’s no real will among managers for the task. But even when there […]
There’s something irresistible about the old print industry footage kicking around on YouTube. These are from the 1950s. Making a newspaper Perfect if you want to know what ‘the stone’ looked like and where the term proofreading came from. https://youtu.be/G8cCS3o62iI ‘Public opinion in a Democracy’