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The year-old startup, backed by several newspaper industry heavy hitters, struggled to find a way to charge readers who have free alternatives.
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Now that news companies are getting comfortable with the idea of charging digital customers, the question becomes: How much? Here are nine things we’ve learned from early experiments.
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The confusing digital world has led news companies to sell the same goods at different price points across different platforms. Is there a magic number?
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Tablet aggregators are facing a battle for mindshare among news consumers. Which ones have a chance to end up on top, and can they pull people away from single-brand apps?
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How a Norwegian public radio station is using Snapchat to connect young listeners with news
“A lot of people check their phones before they get out of the bed in the morning, and they check social media before the news sites.”
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Newsroom ethnographer Angèle Christin studied digital publications in France and the U.S. in order to compare how performance metrics influence culture.
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“The audience wants to go faster. This can’t be solved with responsive design; it demands an original approach, certainly at the start.”
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