GRAPHICS: Bangkok Post, Tailandia

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Bangkok Post
The world´s Window to Thailand
Fundado por Alexander MacDonald (EEUU) en 1946
75.000 ejemplares.

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Una década política en Tailandia.
Histórico, una foto de uno de los autores aparece al final del gráfico.
Y explica por qué lo hizo.
Choopong Eamoraphan y Witt Pimkanchanapong.

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Interactivo sobre la crisis Roja.
Capacidad en la plaza Sanam Luang, en Lumpini Park y Ratchademnoen Road.

Interactivo inundaciones.

Más.

GRAPHICS: España, sin impresos, 2024

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¿Cuándo morirán los diarios impresos?
Gráfico de Futureexploration.
Ross Dawson, futurista.

Ross Dawson is globally recognized as a leading futurist, entrepreneur, keynote speaker, strategy advisor, and bestselling author. He is Founding Chairman of four companies: professional services and venture firm Advanced Human Technologies, future and strategy consulting group Future Exploration Network, leading events firm The Insight Exchange, and influence ratings start-up Repyoot.

Ross is author most recently of Implementing Enterprise 2.0, the prescient Living Networks, which anticipated the social network revolution, and the Amazon.com bestseller Developing Knowledge-Based Client Relationships (click on the links for free chapter downloads). He is based in Sydney and San Francisco with his wife jewellery designer Victoria Buckley and two beautiful young daughters.

Below are the factors:

FACTORS DRIVING THE PACE OF NEWSPAPER EXTINCTION
GLOBAL
Increased cost performance of mobile phones
Increased cost performance of tablets/ e-readers
Development of high performance digital paper
Changes in newsprint and print production costs
Uptake of digital news monetization mechanisms
Trends in advertising spend and allocation
Development of open platforms

NATIONAL

Technology uptake
Fixed bandwidth availability and costs
Mobile bandwidth availability and costs
Smartphone and e-reader penetration

Economic development
Economic growth rate
Wealth inequality
Urban/ regional wealth disparity

Industry structure
Financial position of leading newspapers
Balance of advertising and print sales revenue
Newspaper distribution structures

Demographics
Age structure, birth rates, and immigration
Degree of urbanization
Increase in literacy

Government
Degree of regulation
Government financial support for media
Censorship and obstruction

Consumer behaviors
Media channel preferences
Willingness to pay for news
Relative interest in local and global news

MAGS: Investors Chronicle, 150 años

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INVESTOR CHRONICLE
Número aniversario.
Semanal.
Reino Unido.
£115/year (incl. VAT)
£59/year for print subscribers. (incl. VAT)

© The Financial Times Limited 2010. All rights reserved. «Investors Chronicle», «FT» and «Financial Times» are trademarks of The Financial Times Limited. No part of these web pages may be reproduced or transmitted to or stored in any other website or other form of electronic retrieval system, without prior permission in writing from the editor.

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150 años en las finanzas.
Grande información, presentación mejorable.

History
Investors Chronicle magazine has been providing private investors with weekly stock market analysis since 1860. This makes it one of the oldest magazines in the world.

It started life as the weekly Money Market Review. In 1914, it merged with the Investors Chronicle and Journal of Finance, started in the 1890s. Then in 1928, publication of the amalgamated title was taken over by Brendan Bracken – the man behind the modern Financial Times. In 1967, Investors Chronicle merged again, this time with the Stock Exchange Gazette. And in 1978, it re-established its connection with the Financial Times, by becoming part of the FT Group.

Over the years, the magazine has been home to some of the leading figures in financial journalism. Harold Wincott, considered by many the greatest Investors Chronicle editor, ran the magazine for 21 years. Andreas Whittam-Smith edited the magazine from 1970 to 1977, before going on to found The Independent newspaper. Today, Investors Chronicle is edited by Jonathan Eley.

The Investors Chronicle daily website (IC) complements the weekly Investors Chronicle magazine. Together, the website and magazine aim to help private investors make timely and rewarding investment decisions.

The website
The IC has had an online presence since 1996, and the current site is our most comprehensive yet. Every day, the IC website provides comment and views on the latest company and market news, plus trading ideas, tip updates and several web-only content items. It also offers share prices, company financial data, share price charting and a range of other functionality, including stock screening, portfolio tools, and email alerting.