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“People who have studied the information age at this point recognize that there were a bunch of problems and side effects to the fact that people weren’t asked to pay for content in the early years of the internet.”
“Wired is doing well, but this industry changes so fast that you have to be on top of all these opportunities and you have to look at ways you can evolve while staying core to what you really believe.”
As “second screen” offerings from TV networks mushroom, online outlets are jostling for attention with live shows of their own.
Plus: GE comes back for another round of native podcast advertising, Radiotopia bets on a show made in prison, and Adobe is making it easy to create doctored audio.
“The amount of ire and vitriol that has been thrown my way over the past four or five months is a very clear indication that [publishers are] absolutely terrified…If they want my advice on how to do it legally, they can pay me for it.”
It looks as if Forbes may have loosened up on policies that prevented adblocker users from reading their content.
With its HTTPS implementation, Wired’s starting with its security vertical and for users who pay for the ad-free version of the site.
The Verge is launching a new gadget blog that is built for Facebook. (Articles will also run on The Verge’s website.)
Executives from The New York Times, Slate, The Atlantic, Wired, Mashable, The Seattle Times, Vox Media, and Newsweek say native advertising continues to be a success. But many are still trying to find the right approach to mobile ads.