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Comments on: Why Google May Be Industry’s Best Friend Chronicling the Decline of Newspapers and the Rebirth of Journalism Fri, 18 Jun 2010 20:07:19 +0000 hourly 1 By: Knight Foundation Funds Local Innovation » Newspaper Death Watch Fri, 18 Jun 2010 20:07:19 +0000 […] WindyCitizen’s Real Time Ads – This new form of online advertising constantly changes, showing stuff like tweets and Facebook updates from the advertiser’s site. Adding informational value to ads is a great way to enhance their appeal. Perhaps Google is right that banner ads are due for a comeback. […]

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Google believes advertising will become a lucrative and sustainable source of income for news organizations in the future, but ONLY if they change their tactics….

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By: msbpodcast Fri, 21 May 2010 16:05:59 +0000 Google is not the industry’s best friend.

Google is just being self interested in keeping the content creation coming while they operate the distribution channels.

When will you stop putting those two words together?

News has nothing to do with paper.

News can live on. Paper is dying.

Just deal with it.

If you want to see how altruistic Google is, just take a look at their forays into the mobile phone and tablet market.

Apple has had success being the packager of novelty, but Microsoft, through accidents of history and criminal activities, made most of the money off of those novelties.

Now Google is the corporation that is taking over Microsoft’s role, hopefully without the coercion and anti-trust illegalities.

Apple will still be Apple and there’s nothing with that.

Some things take a long time to evolve, or devolve, the dinosaurs are taking a long time to die, but the thrashing is getting a lot less intense.

The world-wide credit crisis will be seen as the event that caused the death of the paper-based news distribution industry, since it could be supplanted by the internet for a fraction of the cost while drying up its source of revenue, chiefly advertising.

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