Nick Rockwell, chief technology officer at The New York Times, talks digital business
About this podcast
Few industries were more impacted by digital disruption than print media. And few newspapers were more rooted in tradition than The New York Times.
Yet The Times — once nicknamed the Gray Lady for its stolid resistance to change — has responded to the challenges of the digital age with a wave of innovation. One that has set standards for the industry and created new revenue streams in a challenging, fast-changing marketplace.
In this podcast, Connected Futures executive editor Kevin Delaney chats with The Times’ chief technology officer, Nick Rockwell. Along the way, Nick shares insights that apply to business and tech leaders in any industry dealing with the upheavals of the digital age — that is to say, all industries.
[Read more about The Times’ transformation in the article Reinventing the News, from Ink to iPhones.]