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“People have grown a little skeptical of companies that don’t seem to have a business model and you wonder when they’re going to do something.” Justin Ellis
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A new study from the University of Texas explores the interrelatedness between online news use, preference, and intent to pay.
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The publisher is broadening its base of products by building apps that have nothing to do with journalism, magazines, or traditional media. Andrew Phelps
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News outlets increasingly try to make money by selling non-news products. Here are some examples, just in time for the holiday season.
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At least in certain contexts, WhatsApp is a truly major traffic driver — bigger even than Facebook. Should there be a WhatsApp button on your news site?
502Controlled chaos: As journalism and documentary film converge in digital, what lessons can they share?
Old and new media types from journalism, documentary, and technology backgrounds gathered at MIT to share practices and discuss mutual concerns.
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