When Jeff Bezos acquired the Washington Post out of the blue in 2013, the media community was shocked. Three years later, it all makes sense.
Can the NYT, a traditional print newspaper, catapult itself into the digital-first era? Or will upstart new-media like HuffPo, BuzzFeed, and Snapchat write the next chapter, leaving NYT in the history books?
NY Times has survived thus far because of its brand name. It will continue to suffer great losses, however, if it doesn’t re-think its business and operating models to compete in the digital economy.
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In 2013 the average human attention span was found to be shorter than that of a goldfish. With an increasing availability of succinct, captivating, free content, consumers are increasingly less willing to pay for physical newspapers and online content. How will the New York Times remain relevant and profitable?