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Saturday, July 22, 2006

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Ryan

The one thing that all these solutions have in common though, it they typically call for a newspaper company to get a lot smaller in size, revenues and profits, before they can start growing to be big again. And that's a lot less palatable for managers, employees, and shareholders.

I think so!

Allison

That's great!!

 Emily

Good post!!

Jim Bursch

The difference between the "right sizing" of media (newspapers are just the beginning) and other industries is that other industries don't have the big mouth that media has.

Unlike, say, the steel industry, the media industry is going to tell us incessantly about the horrors and agonies of change -- because it can.

There is going to be a whole lotta bitching and moaning before this adjustment is done.

At MyMindshare, we are doing our part to move it along by taking aim at the ad-supported media business model, which we believe is fundamentally corrupt.

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