Monday, June 6, 2005

News Analysis - Now Hear This: Publishers Use Broadcasting Models to Widen Content's Appeal

As publishers move to online content as a mainstay of revenues, a surprising number of them are moving past standard models of text delivery to delve into models that borrow both content technologies and management models from their broadcasting brethren. These experiments are no longer limited to teens in pursuit of online thrills: they're rapidly penetrating core news and business content publishers' operations. It takes more than a title and a good Web site to attract an audience into a loyal relationship with a content producer. Audio podcasts, interactive online "talk shows" and TV properties becoming Web properties are but a few examples of the merging of content production disciplines. Reaching audiences through all of their senses and using all of their media-spawned sensibilities is an essential consideration for business and consumer publishers alike.

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