Should Newspapers follow the Financial Times Model?

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After hearing Len Downie’s story of Katharine Graham, I wanted to look up more women who have been leaders in the media industry.
I easily found, Gillian Tett, who on top of being an industry leader is a financial editor.
The Financial Times is an anomaly, only 19% of its revenue comes in from advertising. The paper has risen in prestige since uncovering early signs of the impending financial crisis. The paper is also attracting subscription as a “status symbol”, a form of branding which I think has possibility.
I’m excited personally by Gillian Tett’s example because I’m fascinated with how financial journalism operates and I rarely see women covering the financial beat. I’m looking into reading her book, Fool’s Gold.
If you would like to know more about her personal story, the link is below.

One Comment on “Should Newspapers follow the Financial Times Model?”

  1. Women and Media is one of the issue of Bangladesh! None of the Women either own a newspaper or Editor of Newspaper. Miles to go…

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