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Articles tagged Apple Newsstand (13)

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Justin Ellis    June 19, 2013
The newspaper world’s most prominent exemplar of responsive design is also putting a bet on Apple’s App Store — at a price point aimed at people who wouldn’t normally pay full fare.
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Ken Doctor    January 10, 2013
It’s a rare moment: Legacy media leading the way on digital strategy, and watching the web-only guys follow behind.
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Justin Ellis    December 5, 2012
The company, which has its roots in blogging, is working with smaller publishers to produce simple, lightweight magazines for smartphones and tablets.
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Podcasts get promoted/demoted on iOS devices, getting their own app but losing the exposure of iTunes.
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Justin Ellis    April 11, 2012
The magazine believes readers wants magazine-sized content throughout the day, not just at iPad time.
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Ken Doctor    April 4, 2012
The magazine industry’s agreed on a Netflix-like all-you-can-eat model for some of its top titles. Is it a model that can work — for magazines or for newspapers?
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Ken Doctor    November 17, 2011
It may look like a money-losing proposition, but Amazon Prime builds loyalty and boosts consumption. What’s the lesson for news organizations to take from it?
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Mark Coddington    October 21, 2011
Plus: keys to sustainability for nonprofit news, an auspicious start for Apple Newsstand, and all the rest of this week’s required reading.
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Ken Doctor    October 20, 2011
The Slovakian startup’s model may not be a perfect fit for the United States, but all news publishers could learn from its ideas about scarcity.
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Mark Coddington    October 7, 2011
Plus: Thoughts on the new iPhone 4S, Facebook’s overhaul, and the impact of the Kindle Fire, along with the rest of the week’s required reading.
Justin Ellis    July 5, 2011
Mark Coddington    June 10, 2011
Megan Garber and Andrew Phelps    June 6, 2011