Wednesday, June 28, 2006

The challenges of the online world

Rupert Murdoch

When a newspaper proprietor faces this many editors in one room, usually it means only one thing: a demand for a pay increase. But as I stand before this esteemed group of editors today, I’m reminded of something. Mark Twain once wrote to a friend:How often we recall, with regret, that Napoleon once shot at a magazine editor and missed him and killed a publisher...

Commentary on this speech can be accessed from:

No comments: