Welcome to the consulting website of Professor Vin Crosbie! A global expert on how new technologies affect the media environment, the industries of media, and consumers of media, Specifically, about how Individuated Media are superseding Mass Media as the predominant means by which people worldwide now obtain news, entertainment, and other information.
Since 1996, the media business consulting firm of Digital Deliverance has provided publishers and broadcasters on four continents with strategic reviews and advice about how to profitably adapt to the epochal changes that computer-mediated technologies have wrought on the media environment and their industries.
Over the years, the firm’s clients have include The New York Times, News Corporation, The Irish Times of Dublin, Dagbladet of Oslo, The Mail & Guardian of Johannesburg, Advance Publications, Critical Mention, MediaNews Group, New Century Network, the Media Development Investment Fund, the National Cancer Institutes, and scores of other media firms that need to adapt to computer-mediated technologies and the rise of Individuated Media.
The managing partner of Digital Deliverance is Vin Crosbie, Adjunct Professor of postgraduate New Media Management at Syracuse University’s S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communication, in upstate New York. From 2007 through 2020, he wrote and was the sole instructor of the school’s New Media Business course, a course required for students in the New Media Management master’s degree curriculuum, an elective course for Ph.D. students, and a permission-only course for selected undergraduates and graduate students.
Digital Deliverance is incorporated as a limited liability company in the U.S. state of Connecticut, where it is based in the city of Norwich, Connecticut.
One Reply to “'Publishers Don't Understand that the Home Page is no longer the Gateway'”
So we’re back to people being upset about “deep linking” again, huh. I think the newspapers need to get over the fact that they want people hitting their front page. 1,000 people linking to a particular story is a good thing, even though they don’t think so.
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