E-paper 2.0 - What could a future e-paper look like?

By Lars Ørhøj | Oct 09 2014 | Insights

The struggling newspaper industry and the free news phenomenon have made it clear that there is a need for change, a rethinking of how to reach today’s news readers. 

The growing demand for online and digital representation has created the e-paper – a 1:1 digital version of a printed newspaper, which is available on computers, tablets or smartphones. The content of a printed paper and an e-paper is today the same. Just like the printed newspaper, but unlike the free news, the e-paper provides in-depth journalism that is payable for by consumers. There is a need to rethink the current e-papers and thereby create additional value to consumers. For this reason a survey carried out in a specific region in Denmark is presented in this whitepaper, in which potential functions for a new DYNAMIC e-paper format are examined. 

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Lars Ørhøj


Lars Ørhøj

Lars is Visiolink's Chief Marketing Office and an avid a cappella singer in the world acclaimed Danish choir Vocal Line. He has been a part of the media world for over 30 years.