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The Worcester Sun wants to bootstrap paywalled hyperlocal digital into a Sunday print product
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Newsrooms large and small have hosted startup-like projects within their walls. Here are some ideas if you want to do the same.
“Once the Internet got in the car — and the car is half of where all listening is — it was going to dramatically change not only the way people listened to audio, but the way it was created, organized and delivered.”
Forget keeping up with the economy — what would it take for the newspaper business just to keep up with inflation? Even the “growth” areas are slowing down.
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A Canadian daily’s strategy for wringing profit out of print is one of the newspaper business’s best kept secrets.
A new head-to-head competition between the Post and the Times is brewing as both papers look at expanding their audiences and revenue through digital networks and niche print products.
The dead-tree business has seen better days, sure. But for some publishers, print is an increasingly powerful part of their revenue strategies.
The newspaper is now betting than an improved experience can get people to pay about $150 a year for digital access.
“Events” has been a buzzword in publishing circles for years — but few have been able to execute on a strategy as well as the daily in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Here’s how they built their business.
Publisher Jim Moroney says the paper will be adding a “greatly improved, metered paid-access model that is much more consumer friendly in every way.”
Aaron Kushner and Co. are bucking the emerging conventional wisdom around paywalls and trying new twists on some popular ideas.
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