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JEFF JARVIS, author of What Would Google Do? (HarperCollins 2009), blogs about media and news at He is associate professor and director of the interactive journalism program and the new business models for news project at the City University of New York’s Graduate School of Journalism.

He is consulting editor and a partner at Daylife, a news startup. He writes a new media column for The Guardian and is host of its Media Talk USA podcast. He consults for media companies. Until 2005, he was president and creative director of, the online arm of Advance Publications. Prior to that, Jarvis was creator and founding editor of Entertainment Weekly; Sunday editor and associate publisher of the New York Daily News; TV critic for TV Guide and People; a columnist on the San Francisco Examiner; assistant city editor and reporter for the Chicago Tribune; reporter for Chicago Today.


Compartido el 20.9.2010 por Pablo Hermoso de Mendoza González

"Are magazines doomed, too?" (¿Están las revistas condenadas también?), en el blog BuzzMachine por Jeff Jarvis

Una entrada del blog BuzzMachine, de Jeff Jarvis,sobre el futuro de la publicación de revistas. Post del 27 de abril de 2009.

En este post, Jeff Jarvis se plantea si las revistas que se publican corren el riesgo de desaparecer, comenzando el artículo con el cierre de la revista Portfolio de Condé Nast. Jeff Jarvis no cree que las revistas estén 'condenadas', pero sí que cada vez será más difícil que surjan nuevas publicaciones y que si revistas 'pequeñas' caen, no parece probable que vayan a tener sustitutos.

"Mind you, I’m not saying that magazines are going to start dropping like flies and newspapers. When the economy comes back, many will still be able to sell their targeted, engaged audiences to advertisers for a premium … at least for awhile. Some may even manage to pull off a metamorphosis into community platforms and a few high-value titles — see: The Economist — can even grow. But when the weak ones die, there’ll be none to replace them."


Publicado el 3.12.2009 por Susana López Sola