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The Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Time, and more are now publishing on the Netherlands-based micropayment platform. Will a market awash in free content be interested?
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CEO Evan Ratliff says the company is sticking around. But internal stops and starts — and the publishing industry’s increased focus on big platforms like Facebook — have made Atavist’s mission difficult.
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“There’s an expectation now that it doesn’t have to be painful to publish stuff online.”
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Seeing declining resources and newshole in newspapers, they believe there’s room for something like Byliner or The Atavist in Brazil.
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The Boston NPR station is using an early version of Creatavist, the new storytelling and layout platform from Atavist, in its coverage of the notorious mobster’s life and upcoming trial.
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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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The ebook platform is moving into direct sales and exploring a subscription model. Justin Ellis
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“…I liked the idea of being part of something new and something that attempts to reinvigorate the field of long-form journalism by re-engineering the business model that pays for it.” David Wolman
April 14, 2011
March 15, 2011
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