This NYT story starts with a cute, promising lede, but doesn’t follow through. I feel no more enlightened after reading it than I did before. It’s supposed to tell me something, I think, about how big media is grappling with the changing media world. It is supposed to do that by looking at changes in corner offices. Unfortunately, no two recent changes look a like and so there doesn’t seem to be a common theme. Except that the article is just as confused as big media.
UPDATE: It looks like Lost Remote got more out of the article than I did.