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It was promoted as a way for the newspaper industry to protect its content and generate a new revenue stream. What does NewsRight’s quiet death tell us about the state of the business?
Most news stories have a pitifully brief shelf life. Through content marketing, a growing number of media companies are trying to give those stories a second (or a third, or a fourth) life.
2013 could end up making 2012 seem calm by comparison.
Looking backward inevitably leads to looking forward: What trends from 2012 will we be watching in 2013? Spark Camp
The web may make syndication easier, but it hasn’t yet made it into a great business. A new wave of startups are trying to change that.
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The company is a meta wire service, providing content from hundreds of publishers with a single API. Andrew Phelps
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As giant platforms rise, local news is getting crushed
The quest for scale, driven by the distribution power of a few enormous technology platforms, is killing the business case for local news. Will anything take its place?
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Recode, Reuters, Popular Science, The Week, Mic, The Verge, and USA Today’s FTW have all shut off reader comments in the past year. Here’s how they’re all using social media to encourage reader discussion.
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