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The paper wants to extend its audience, and find new revenues, through producing original long-form stories from Times journalists. Justin Ellis
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Subscriptions will offer the story/technology publisher a way to expand its readership and create a persistent source of revenue. Justin Ellis
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Instead of going on its own, the magazine figured there were new audiences to be gained by working with the ebook publisher. Justin Ellis
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Apple’s new rumored ebook-publishing tool could bring ease-of-use to a complicated process. That could have a big impact on the field.
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America’s Finest News Source wants to know whether people will pay for fake news.
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