Jewish Media: One Scenario
By Bob Goldfarb
eJewish Philanthropy, October 7, 2010
Jewish media organizations have been largely immune to broader business trends towards consolidation in order to realize economies of scale. Those pressures to rationalize their businesses, together with the obsolescence of print and the decline in communal affiliation among Jews, are bound to result in radical changes in the structure of Jewish media in America in the next several years. Fortunately, however, the situation is not yet critical. As local papers gradually become unsustainable, the community has a window of opportunity to preserve the vital channel of communication that Jewish media represent.
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Goldfarb, Bob. Jewish Media: One Scenario. eJewish Philanthropy. 7 October 2010: http://www.bjpa.org/Publications/details.cfm?PublicationID=6521