Hosts: Leo Laporte, Don Tapscott, Gina Trapani, Jeff Jarvis, and Jake Jarvis.
Newspaper collusion, real-time Web, Bing, Google Wave, transforming education, and more.
Innovation moving to smart phone space, Bing gaining traction, Google Games, increasing gadget costs, and more.
Brief interview with Steve Smith, formerly editor of The Spokesman-Review newspaper of Spokane, Washington. Contains the splendid line: "I’m not out to save newspapers. It may not be possible to save newspapers. But it ought to be possible to save journalism."
We continue our conversation about how economics and technology have shaped the news business.
NPR media correspondent, David Folkenflik, stops by to tell us Microsoft and News Corp. owner, Rupert Murdoch, are in talks to give Microsoft’s new search engine, Bing, exclusive access to Wall Street Journal content. The deal could bring Murdoch’s media company millions of dollars and give the Bing a real chance compete with Google.