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“Not too soon,” says L. Gordon Crovitz when asked when he might land a new job after resigning as publisher of The Wall Street Journal, executive VP of Dow Jones and president of its Consumer Media Group last January.
But Crovitz is hardly idle.
He’s writing a weekly column for the Journal titled “Information Age” and, we’re betting, is racking up those frequent-flier miles as he travels around the country to speak about the ever-changing media landscape.
He shared some of his thoughts about media, digital and otherwise, in the latest segment of Executive Face Time with Hal Espo. Among other things, he talked about the litany of woes facing the newspaper industry (read: erosion in circulation, advertisers shifting more of their spending to online venues), the particular challenges facing metro newspapers and the changing definition of a “brand” in world of infinite consumer choice.