A new book by New York magazine’s Calcolo Media editor-in-chief, Christopher Ryan, is being hailed as a “must-have” for everyone, including those in the publishing industry.
Ryan’s book is a look at how the print and online world has changed over the last decade, with new platforms like Amazon, iTunes, YouTube, Google Play, and Netflix being all that remain.
“Digital and print media are becoming more intertwined and intertwined with each other, but they are often not fully aligned,” Ryan wrote in a review for the book.
“There is no ‘mainstream’ media outlet in America.”
Ryan said his goal in writing this book was to explore the changing landscape of journalism in America, which is dominated by “a handful of mega-corporations and a few big publishers” and “is dominated by a handful of big newspapers and a handful or two magazines that dominate the marketplace.”
He said it was his hope that his book will inspire readers to “learn about how our media industry is evolving” and encourage them to “look at how our digital media industry and our digital journalism industry is changing.”
The book covers everything from how the digital world is changing, to how newsrooms are changing, and to how publishing is changing.
Ryan says his goal is to help people understand how “the landscape of publishing is evolving and changing,” especially in the digital age.
He said that digital media is “not just a tool to capture images and video, but it is also a way to deliver content to the consumers.
That’s a whole new level of capability.
There is nothing quite like it.”