After only nine weeks of trading, Trinity Mirror's New Day newspaper announced its closure on Wednesday evening, with the final copy of its print-only newspaper hitting the shelves today.
With recent news about declining print newspaper sales and major newspapers switching to online only services, it is unsurprising that there are many cries of "print is dead" in the media. We are also hearing a great deal about the importance of writing in short-form for on-the-go content consumption. But what of the future of traditional long-form media such as books and magazines?
Rachel Drinkwater @REDrinkwater Sunday 20 March 2016 21:51GMT Wednesday 16th March 2016 saw Birmingham City University’s annual #RethinkMedia Conference, a part of Digital Cities Birmingham . The event promised to “delve into the latest in digital and social media and digital for businesses or organisations” and “put a spotlight on emerging trends, up and coming … Continue reading Latest Thinking and Emerging Trends in Media: #RethinkMedia Conference 2016