The Future of Media Groups:Introduction: New Paradigm                                     (part 1 of 4)         www.fernan...
Index1.   New Paradigm2.   Content3.   Brand and Portfolio4.   Revenues                 www.fernandosamaniego.com
What’s Happening to Newspapers?                                   ACKOWLEDGEMENTSThis series of slides is a summary of a m...
What’s Happening to Newspapers?For the last 10 years, costs have been catching up withdiminishing revenues                ...
What’s Happening to Newspapers?  After all, newspapers follow the general product curve  Newspapers, flourished in the 1...
These Guys Lost Their Jobs…                                             (yes, but         We deliver                      ...
Radical Transformation of Business Reality (Not Only Newspapers)                Reducing costs…                           ...
Disruptive InnovationsDisruption ProcessPERFORMANCE                                                 TIME                  ...
Disruptive Innovations (cont.)                                        (Also CD v. magnetic tapes; early automobiles v.Exam...
We must map outour own future!“The way we thinkabout our jobs andjournalism mustchange!”        Randy Covington           ...
Radical New Paradigm for the News Business                                              From large media                  ...
To Succeed,1. Accept that radical change has happened outside and has to   happen inside2. Be ready to shrink (and suffer)...
To succeed, Few Things are Important in this Journey:                              A Vision (ready to be adjusted)Support ...
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This PPT on The Future of Media has been divided into 4 sections for easier download. I’d feel rewarded if any, or all, of these slides would be used to facilitate internal debate. INDEX: 1 New Paradigm, 2 Content, 3 Brand and Portfolio, 4 Revenues

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Future of Media, Part 1, New News Paradigm

  1. 1. The Future of Media Groups:Introduction: New Paradigm (part 1 of 4) www.fernandosamaniego.com
  2. 2. Index1. New Paradigm2. Content3. Brand and Portfolio4. Revenues www.fernandosamaniego.com
  3. 3. What’s Happening to Newspapers? ACKOWLEDGEMENTSThis series of slides is a summary of a more complete presentation shown in the second half of 2010 to a proactive and profitable client of mine which is moving forward out of its own vision, not out of despair. The following slides, without the original comments and the ensuing discussions, are little more than a skeleton but I hope they can be used to stimulate debate regarding the times to come for the media business.I want to show my deep gratitude for the many lessons taught to me by the many managers I have visited during the last few years, the list of which would be too long to mention. I also want to thank many other people from whom I have learned through personal conversations or through their presentations: Jeff Jarvis, John Paton, Juan Señor, Juan Antonio Giner, Rob Curley, Randy Covington, Dietmar Schantin, Grzegorz Piechota, Juan Varela, Andy Dickinson, Dan Gillmor… www.fernandosamaniego.com
  4. 4. What’s Happening to Newspapers?For the last 10 years, costs have been catching up withdiminishing revenues BUT Trend acceleration in last few yrs Revenues Costs Time www.fernandosamaniego.com
  5. 5. What’s Happening to Newspapers? After all, newspapers follow the general product curve Newspapers, flourished in the 19th Century , boomed in the 20th Century and are bound for a deep transformation in the 21st Century Development Introduction Growth Maturity Decline Sales Volume TimeTo remain significant, the news business will play significantly different roles www.fernandosamaniego.com
  6. 6. These Guys Lost Their Jobs… (yes, but We deliver every day a the best little less) ice! www.fernandosamaniego.com
  7. 7. Radical Transformation of Business Reality (Not Only Newspapers) Reducing costs… Tweaking model… Learning new tricks… will not be enough! Let’s learn from Disruptive Innovations… www.fernandosamaniego.com
  8. 8. Disruptive InnovationsDisruption ProcessPERFORMANCE TIME www.fernandosamaniego.com
  9. 9. Disruptive Innovations (cont.) (Also CD v. magnetic tapes; early automobiles v.Example: digital camera horse drawn vehicles; ice houses v. refrigerators…)Early digital cameras were unsophisticated, addressed to the low-endconsumer. Established companies ignored them.They evolved and incumbents reacted by designing sophisticated filmcameras addressed to premium buyers.They kept evolving and were adopted by pros. Cameraand film makers…were big losers Improving product, reducing costs, learning new tricks, was not the answer. Instead, understanding a completely new ecosystem was the way www.fernandosamaniego.com
  10. 10. We must map outour own future!“The way we thinkabout our jobs andjournalism mustchange!” Randy Covington www.fernandosamaniego.com
  11. 11. Radical New Paradigm for the News Business From large media companies and groups to new, smaller, ecosystems www.fernandosamaniego.com (Graphs by Jeff Jarvis)
  12. 12. To Succeed,1. Accept that radical change has happened outside and has to happen inside2. Be ready to shrink (and suffer), to transform3. Be ready to reboot your mind. Be smart, be agile, do more with less Hollywood was right: any mutation is painful The future is smaller, less corporate, more entrepreneurial www.fernandosamaniego.com
  13. 13. To succeed, Few Things are Important in this Journey: A Vision (ready to be adjusted)Support (from the top) A Team (working as such) And a clear understanding that only 2 things really matter: CONTENT & BRAND (technology, mktg, HR…they are all means) www.fernandosamaniego.com
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