The new owners of the Chicago Sun-Times newspaper group have invested in a hyperlocal news-aggregation startup called Aggrego, which founder Tim Landon says is trying to create a better model for local journalism.
Some believe Amazon’s CEO may have bought the Washington Post for other reasons, but a profile makes it clear he is a control freak who is fascinated by broken business models and a desire to reinvent journalism.
Digital subscriptions across the New York Times’ properties are up, but overall revenues fell slightly due to declines in advertising. The company is planning new digital initiatives in the hopes of offsetting those declines.
The New York Times has started experimenting with a system that highlights comments from readers alongside the story they are responding to, part of an increasing trend towards making the audience part of the process.
Digital upstarts such as LinkedIn and Flipboard continue to innovate in the traditional publishing space. Their ongoing efforts pose a real threat to media brands that continue to tinker with print-centric models and metrics.
Is it illegal to visit Craigslist when the site tells you not to? In a new ruling on a closely-watch case about data scraping, a federal judge suggested that start-up 3Taps violated an anti-hacking law by disguising its IP address.
In one of Reddit’s regular “Ask Me Anything” interviews, Guardian editor-in-chief Alan Rusbridger talked about the paper’s business model, the difficulties of investigative journalism and what advice he would give journalism students.
While everyone is trying to figure out a way to monetize online content via paywalls, John Battelle of Federated Media wonders whether a “group buying” approach would work better by giving readers an incentive to sign up.
More time we spend on smartphones, more money is going to be spent on mobile advertising, or at least that is the conclusion I am drawing from the numbers released by IAB that show a big bump in mobile ad spending during 2012.
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