Angela Tuck, the public editor of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, interviewed Jay Smith, president of Cox Newspapers. which owns the AJC. Smith says Cox plans to be in the news paper business for a long time to come and offers this strategy for survival:
The most important thing for us to do is pay attention to the world around us. The world has changed a lot and [newspapers] have changed a little. Now we're changing a lot.
The Journal-Constitution is one of the papers participating in Tomorrow's Workforce and has done a terrific job focusing its newsroom on new initiatives designed to moved the paper forward. Read about that effort here.
(Via Romenesko.)Posted by Tim Porter at February 14, 2006 08:10 AM