Johnnie Moore

Regional variety

Johnnie Moore

Johnnie Moore

I’m Johnnie Moore, and I help people work better together

It’s quite interesting to see how newspapers and magazines tailor their coverage to different regions. Tabloid coverage of soccer results varies a lot by country here in the UK.

I was rather struck by this image of contrasting covers for Newsweek (from registan.net via Andrew Sullivan)

I guess in a flatter world this sort of thing becomes a little less easy to pull off without challenge.

And here’s another from the same source:

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