Crouching Rebel

Flannery, Russell
February 2009
Forbes Asia;2/16/2009, Vol. 5 Issue 2, p45
The article presents an interview with Jimmy Lai, publisher of the "Apple Daily," newspaper and the "Next," magazine. When asked about the outlook for the media industry in 2009, he says that the business is going to be tough. He says that the impact of the Internet in the business is not as crucial as he once thought. He says that he plans to improve his newspaper and magazine with graphics.


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