by Stephen Lawrence*
In previous postings, I’ve discussed the disparity between newspapers and their web equivalents. We’ve learned that one-to-one equivalency rarely occurs and that loss of valuable content accompanies such instances when the digital doesn’t equal the print. This posting covers some of those examples where printed photos don’t make it to the web.
First, I must note, that while we are supplying the URLs to the online articles, we are unable to reproduce the original printed pages for comparison and posting to Fresh Ideas due to copyright restrictions. (For a more in-depth discussion on copyright, check out this BurrellesLuce white paper.)
If you manage public relations for authors, restaurants or fashion clients I promise you’ll find these examples very interesting:
One of my guilty pleasures, back in the days when I was a reader (that’s a “fancy” term for someone on our production team who searches for articles relevant to a clients reading instructions), was perusing the book review sections of various newspaper as I read them for our clients. Shots of the book’s cover running alongside the printed article were always handy in capturing my attention and helped make finding the relevant material all the easier.
When conducting some quality assurance recently, I was reminded of this and found a few examples where the print and online editions of book review images don’t match up: (more…)