Nieman Foundation at Harvard
HOME
          
LATEST STORY
Is the news industry ready for another pivot to video?
ABOUT                    SUBSCRIBE
April 5, 2011, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: AOL fires freelancers, Examiner.com pays more for quality

Hyperlocal network Examiner.com will use incentive pay to make content, um, not content-farmy http://nie.mn/gHOAbj »

NY Post issues correction after incorrectly attributing crazy quote to Toni Braxton (but doesn’t say who said it) http://nie.mn/et8qh7 »

Elisabeth Murdoch makes a cool £153 million selling her TV production company to her dad http://nie.mn/f4dkpH »

Mark Oppenheimer: Save NPR, kill PBS http://nie.mn/hkT4T0 »

The FCC reboots its website and its mission. @digiphile previews: http://nie.mn/h09vBi »

An interview with David Plotz, “founding father of online journalism,” on @Slate at 15 http://nie.mn/elBmwl »

After switching to Facebook Comments, TechCrunch saw commenting plummet. BUT: http://nie.mn/gP0G7I »

Matt Thompson: 19 ways to promote your content without being smarmy http://nie.mn/gzJqWb »

AOL fires freelancers, Huff Post doesn’t pay, and Paul Carr approves http://nie.mn/ek6lwF »

POSTED     April 5, 2011, 6 p.m.
PART OF A SERIES     Twitter
Show tags
 
Join the 60,000 who get the freshest future-of-journalism news in our daily email.
Is the news industry ready for another pivot to video?
Aggregate data from 47 countries shows all the growth in platform news use coming from video or video-led networks.
Many people don’t pay full price for their news subscription. Most don’t want to pay anything at all
Is increasing subscriber numbers by offering people rock-bottom trial prices sustainable?
What’s in a successful succession? Nonprofit news leaders on handing the reins to the next guard
“Any organization that is dependent on having a founder around is inherently unsustainable.”