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A New Model for Medium by Frederic Filloux

January 9, 2017

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There is a need for platform such as Medium. Its only way up is monetizing quality using a two-sided, paid-for system.

Hyperlocal 101: Part One, 10 hyperlocal business models

October 1, 2013

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Hyperlocal is just a way of expressing the need for news that is more local, closer to the neighborhood or town level, than the metro daily ever could be. And of course it corresponds to a class of advertiser that was priced out of and ill served by the metro daily and TV stations. Jay […]

AOL’s Patch Gets New CEO, as Just Under 3% of Staff Is Laid Off

May 17, 2013

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Kara Swisher Changes at AOL’s local content site, Patch: CEO Jon Brod will step down and is being replaced by COO and President Steve Kalin, according to an internal memo the New York Internet company sent to the division’s employees today. As part of the move, Brod will be going back to run AOL Ventures, in […]

Renegotiate society’s norms for new technology, says Jeff Jarvis

March 23, 2013

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The Financial Express Fe Bureau New Delhi, March 22: With the print media adapting to digital for mats of news reporting across the world, American journalist Jeff Jarvis has advocated the cause of readying society for new technology. Addressing the Express Institute of Media Studies (EXIMS) students on Friday, Jarvis said, “Norms are never there […]

2013: Why Paywalls Now? By KEN DOCTOR

March 7, 2013

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Though it’s spring training season, forget Moneyball — think Paywall. The money now flowing into newspaper companies due to paywalls is getting to be seriously countable. For the New York Times Company, the circulation revenue increase amounted to $63 million in 2012. For Gannett, which installed its metered systems throughout the year, overall circulation revenue […]

The Subscription Project – Or A Paywall By Any Other Name – . J.Pattonj

February 21, 2013

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Paywall. Even the name is debated so contentious is this subject in the news industry. The Pros and Cons of some form of online paid access for newspaper websites have been argued in such extremes that nuance and accuracy have been the first victims of the debate. The Columbia Journalism Review links paywalls to higher quality […]

John Paton: “There will always be a bigger advertising pie than a subscription pie, always”

February 21, 2013

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  Given the plethora of innovation in the news industry, it would an exciting time if it wasn’t for one pesky question: How are we going to foot the bill for digital journalism? John Paton, CEO of Digital First Mediaand seeker of the holy grail for a sustainable business model for the news industry, claims that the […]