Certain of Andrew Jaspan's personality traits did not scale well as The Conversation expanded.
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At the end of this financial year, The Conversation will say goodbye to 25% of its funding.
There's no shortage of foreign news outlets setting up editions on our shores. Australia's publishers have rarely gone the other way. The Conversation is a rare exception to this, but founder Andrew Jaspan insists he's not after global domination.
Crikey's got our mitts on a juicy document detailing The Conversation's planned expansion into the US market. An Indian version of the site is on the way too. Is this world domination for editor-in-chief Andrew Jaspan?
The Guardian may be setting up down under, but it's not a one-way street. The Conversation is preparing to launch a British version of its site.
If we are to preserve journalistic capacity, if we are to engage the support of society at large for what journalists do, it may be time to drop our fists a little, and examine the possibilities of alliance.
The Australian online media space is bracing for a brave new entrant, with former Age editor Andrew Jaspan's The Conversation website set to launch in February under the managing editorship of ABC Media Watch researcher and ex-Crikey tsar Misha Ketchell.