Articles in ‘Digital Publishing’

The Future of Print and Digital News

May 28, 2014 | Issue 90

Katharine Weymouth, JD ’92 When Katharine Weymouth was named publisher of The Washington Post in 2008, she became much more than that. The fourth generation in her family to work at the iconic paper, Weymouth became part of a tradition—even if she had to encourage a break with tradition to […]

Jonathan Greenberger: Behind This Week

May 28, 2014 | Issue 90

March was a good month for Jonathan Greenberger. Not even a year into his job as executive producer for ABC’s flagship Sunday morning news program This Week With George Stephanopoulos and the show was on a winning streak—coming in as the leading public affairs program in the coveted adult 25 to […]

CodeX and Media X Project for Course Readers

October 28, 2011 | Issue 85

Stanford’s libraries dole out millions of dollars each year in copyright payments so that faculty, students, and staff can have ready and easy access to published works. But when students purchase course readers for classes, they are also charged for copyright, often paying for the same rights the libraries already […]

The Review Goes Digital

May 31, 2011 | Issue 84

With a focus on increased convenience, the e-book format allows readers to search for key terms and names in each issue. The digital version also includes relevant hyperlinks within the text.