Thomas Crampton

Social Media in China and across Asia

Newspapers

Paul Ginocchio: Should Newspapers and Dotcoms flirt or marry?

Apr 11, 2008

Spoke with Paul Ginocchio of Deutsche Bank, one of the few remaining newspaper stock analysts in the United States, about newspapers and dotcoms on the sidelines of IFRA’s Publish Asia 2008 conference in Macau.Newspapers have traditional strengths- Content: Highest quality and most robust local news and information (by far)- Brand: Almost always the strongest local

Paul Ginocchio of Deutsche Bank

Apr 11, 2008

Paul Ginocchio of Deutsche Bank

Met Paul Ginocchio of Deutsche Bank, one of the last newspaper analysts in the United States, at IFRA’s Publish Asia 2008 conference, where he gave some great thoughts about the strengths and weaknesses of online companies joining with dotcoms. He has been Deutsche Bank‘s Publishing & Advertising analyst since 2003 and currently covers newspapers, yellow

Dietmar Schantin of Newsplex on Newspapers’ New Channels

Apr 8, 2008

Dietmar Schantin of Newsplex on Newspapers’ New Channels

Had a great discussion today with Dietmar Schantin, director of IFRA’s Newsplex. IFRA is a global association of newspaper publishers and Newsplex is a consulting operation intended to help the association members move to the digital world. Dietmar’s speciality is integrating online and print operations at newspapers, something he was very involved with at Britain’s

Mail Today

Apr 7, 2008

Mail Today

The Mail Today is a 48-page compact size newspaper first printed in Delhi, Gurgaon and Noida on November 16 2007, with a print run of 110,000 copies. Targeting India’s emergent middle class, the newspaper is based around a subscription model and has the same fonts and feel as the Daily Mail. The Daily Mail’s owner,

Thomas Jacob on Mail Today’s launch into India’s booming newspaper market

Apr 3, 2008

Thomas Jacob on Mail Today’s launch into India’s booming newspaper market

Thomas Jacob, Singapore-based International Development Director of Associated Newspapers, described Mail Today, a newly launched JV newspaper in India to the IFRA conference today. For more on India’s newspaper market, see the video/posting I did with Raju Narisetti of Mint, another newly launched Indian newspaper. A large British publisher Daily Mail and General Trust, is

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