Back from the future

Regan, Tom
December 1997
Nieman Reports;Winter97, Vol. 51 Issue 4, p62
Presents the point of view of Jon Krantz, the writer of Media Krantz web site, about the online sites of newspaper businesses. Discussion about the biggest problem of newspapers when it comes to the on-line world; Focus on the `Media Rant,' the Web site run by Wired Magazine.


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