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For many legacy news organizations in Europe, digital disruption comes with new ideas but few answers
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June 10, 2011, 6 p.m.

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For many legacy news organizations in Europe, digital disruption comes with new ideas but few answers
A new Reuters Institute report reaffirms familiar trendlines in digital publishing: “People are using mobile more and more, but we are not yet getting the revenue out of it that we would like to get.”
The Times of London is shuttering its international paid weekly app
The $4-a-month app, which launched in January, was an attempt to reach readers outside the U.K. and find a new revenue stream outside The Times’ usual strict paywall.
Collaborate or die: A new initiative wants to make it easier for national and local outlets to work together
“Where you find resistance to collaboration is where you’re finding news enterprises hastening their own demise.”