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Archives: November 2013

“One of the biggest issues that every supplier of content faces today is that the market for news around the world is flat to declining. As we looked forward, we felt as if we needed to have other positions available to us to monetize the content.”
Ghafla won’t win any journalism awards any time soon, but it’s evidence that some of the revenue models pioneered by a few American outlets are finding uptake elsewhere. Sam Petulla
What drives sharing? It’s a mix of attention, emotion, and reaction. Here’s hard data on which news stories took off and which didn’t on social.
Plus: Ideas for innovation in student journalism, Vox Media starts to scale up, and the rest of the week’s media news.
A new report from the Berkman Center weighs the benefits and limitations of surveys, search data, social platforms, third party analytics, and more.
The dead-tree business has seen better days, sure. But for some publishers, print is an increasingly powerful part of their revenue strategies.