New Britain, CT, December 04, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Media business analyst William Dunkerley has released his analysis of Russian President Dmitry Medvedev's recent state of the nation address. The analysis is published in the Moscow Times for Tuesday, November 23 ("Cleaning Up the Media Garbage").
Dunkerley's editorial assesses the current media culture in Russia and Medvedev's ambitions for developing Russia's information technology. He discusses the various factors hindering the Russian media market and a two-step strategy to keep the news industry both transparent and profitable.
Read Dunkerley's editorial here: http://www.publishinghelp.com/rmedia/mediagarbage.htm
William Dunkerley Publishing Consultants is a leading firm providing business consulting and organization development services. Founded in 1981, the firm specializes exclusively in assisting publishing companies and other media organizations. Mr. Dunkerley is a recognized expert on the business needs of media enterprises in Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union. He has advised Members of Parliaments and government officials on regulatory approaches intended to promote a free and independent press. He has also offered testimony to the United States Congress on the requirements for fostering press freedoms in the emerging democracies and market economies of the former Eastern Bloc countries.