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January 12, 2009
Clay Shirky Predicts Media for 2009
Shirkey has a few specifics and a few generalities in his "Year Ahead in the Media" piece on guardian.co.uk. Nothing hugely surprising - more newspapers will stop printing, magazines (specifically specialty publications) belong online, DRM for television shows is a disaster, and print-on-demand for books will flourish.
Check back in 12 months and see how right he was.
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