Tag Archives: The Boston Globe

Why Digital-Only Newspapers Make Sense (but not for me)

Every once in a while I ponder cancelling my long running home delivery subscription to The Boston Globe, the “newspaper of record” in Massachusetts — and New England for that matter — and just go digital.  Time to read it … Continue reading

Posted in Industry & Current Events | Tagged 24-hour news cycle, descktop PC, digital news, e-readers, home newsppaer delivery, laptop, mobile devices, Pew Research Center, public relations, smartphones, The Boston Globe | 1 Comment

Building a Stronger Reputation, One Story at a Time

If the City of Lawrence, Mass. was a company, which company would it be? The once great City of Lawrence can’t seem to catch a break. While the city can be its own worst enemy, it’s hard not to feel … Continue reading

Posted in Industry & Current Events, Reputation Props, Uncategorized | Tagged Eagle-Tribune, Lawrence, Mass., Merrimack River, reputation, The Boston Globe | Leave a comment

Payday for the Aggregators

News today that AOL has agreed to pay $315 million to acquire the news blog The Huffington Post is raising fresh questions about what these online services are worth and what – exactly –AOL is getting out of this deal … Continue reading

Posted in Industry & Current Events | Tagged Aggregator, AOL, Facebook, The Boston Globe, The Huffington Post, The New York Times, The Social Network, You've Got Mail | Leave a comment