Category Archives: Coaching

Case study: Not on the Wires (UK)

The name of the publication and / or company

Not on the Wires

Established

April 2010

Web Address

www.notonthewires.com

Form of the company

Ltd. Exploring to changing to social enterprise .

Describe your site or business in few words.

Notonthewires is an alternative news provider priding itself on in-depth coverage of otherwise untold stories, analysis and insight. It is a multimedia production platform with an innovative content management system.

Presented through eye-catching photography, video and innovative interactive features – the team investigate the other side of a rapidly changing world. Part of the strategy is to publish less often but higher quality, which can be as little as once a month but they are avoiding the news agenda.

Not on the Wires is updated throughout the year from its headquarters, Silk Road Studios in London. Led by its co-founders, it has a network of contributors reporting from São Paulo to Tashkent, Cape Town to Buenos Aires, and the network is growing. The sell is “It’s your world, discover more about it with us.”

The general business plan is based on a growing understanding that young people are starting to think outside of the box.”

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Questionnaire

SuBmoJour- Questionnaire Proposal from Japan-Unit

 

[Note] This questionnaire is just a proposal, and including almost whole things that we discussed. (According to our preliminary interview and research about the Japanese Web-Journalism market.) May be it is too much for usage, so please use just for the reference.

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Case Study: Artsjournal (USA)

Based on an interview with editor-publisher Douglas McLennan November 16 2010

The name of the publication and / or company

ArtsJournal

Established

September 13th 1999

Web address

http://www.artsjournal.com

Describe your site or business in few words.

An aggregator of cultural news and a host for 66 arts bloggers. Aggregators look at 200-300 publications and 2000-plus stories per day and pick out the most interesting 20 to 30 stories across the arts; music, dance, theater, visual, publishing, people issues and. It’s a kind of digest that you can quickly see what are the crucial things in the cultural world that are going on.

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