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The idea of a once-a-day summary of news has obvious appeal for people overwhelmed by streams and feeds. But you’ve also got to get that summary in front of readers.
The newspaper world’s most prominent exemplar of responsive design is also putting a bet on Apple’s App Store — at a price point aimed at people who wouldn’t normally pay full fare.
De Nieuwe Pers is betting there’s a business model to be built on the connection between an individual journalist and an individual reader.
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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