Nieman Foundation at Harvard
Business Insider’s owner signed a huge OpenAI deal. ChatGPT still won’t credit the site’s biggest scoops
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Puck / Dylan Byers / May 23
“For core audiences, the Post will introduce three additional subscription tiers: ‘Plus,’ a B2C offering with additional editorial content for superfans; ‘Pro,’ a B2B offering with in-depth policy data and analysis (the Post’s answer to Politico Pro and Axios Pro, essentially) for the K Street and Capitol Hill crowd; and ‘Membership,’ which adds access to exclusive events and forums (think: WSJ C.E.O. Council). For non-core audiences, such as younger news consumers who engage with Post content on social media, the Post will also introduce a pay-as-you-go option to access single articles or work from a specific author. “ LO
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