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In New Orleans, Times-Picayune’s Monopoly Crumbles

The New Orleans Times-Picayune announced it would return to producing a printed product every day after losing both readers and advertisers and gaining competition.
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New York Times v Washington Post – a tale of two strategies

New York Times v Washington Post – a tale of two strategies | Innovation Media C | Scoop.it
Both are great American newspapers, both suffer from the advertising slump and from the transition to digital. But the NYT's paywall strategy is making a huge difference
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Why focusing on 'time spent' with print misses the point about how the news works now

Why focusing on 'time spent' with print misses the point about how the news works now | Innovation Media C | Scoop.it
Research from McKinsey seems to suggest that print-based media still commands a large proportion of time spent by consumers of news — but that is just part of the larger picture media companies have to understand.
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The Sun to put up £2-a-week paywall on 1 August

The Sun to put up £2-a-week paywall on 1 August | Innovation Media C | Scoop.it
From the start of August users will need to pay £2 a week to view The Sun's online content
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Two strategies: The Washington Post vs. The NYT

Two strategies: The Washington Post vs. The NYT | Innovation Media C | Scoop.it
 

Both are great American newspapers, both suffer from the advertising slump and from the transition to digital. But the New York Ti
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The news media is even worse than you think

The news media is even worse than you think | Innovation Media C | Scoop.it
5 corrupting influences are keeping the public from the facts
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Think micropayments for media can't work? Greg Golebiewski says you are wrong

Think micropayments for media can't work? Greg Golebiewski says you are wrong | Innovation Media C | Scoop.it
There is a conventional wisdom in the media industry that micropayments for online content don’t work, but Greg Golebiewski of Znak It says that this isn’t true, and that media companies need to experiment with the model.
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Monday Q&A: The New York Times’ new head of video production on plans for growth

Monday Q&A: The New York Times’ new head of video production on plans for growth | Innovation Media C | Scoop.it
The Times doesn't want to be "so serious all the time that you end up being just a dreadful bore at the dinner party, you know? Nobody wants that, either. We want to be entertaining as well, we want to have some fun.
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Alexander Lebedev says UK papers financially secure, despite threat of jail

Alexander Lebedev says UK papers financially secure, despite threat of jail | Innovation Media C | Scoop.it
Independent and London Evening Standard have cash to cover losses, says Russian backer who is on trial in his home country. By Lisa O'Carroll
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The new publishing revolution and the media company of the future | The Wall Blog

The new publishing revolution and the media company of the future | The Wall Blog | Innovation Media C | Scoop.it
Homogenous media is dead, and in the exciting new world of hyper-individual experiences, it's the consumer who sets the publishing agenda. The publishing
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Britain’s Daily Mail Web Site Makes Foray Into America

Britain’s Daily Mail Web Site Makes Foray Into America | Innovation Media C | Scoop.it
Mail Online, The Daily Mail’s site, has expanded on the news and business sides with offices in New York, and coverage of celebrities in Los Angeles.
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'New York Post' offers buyouts; seeks 10-percent staff reduction in attempt to avoid layoffs | Capital New York

'New York Post' offers buyouts; seeks 10-percent staff reduction in attempt to avoid layoffs | Capital New York | Innovation Media C | Scoop.it
The buyouts come as the Post's parent corporation, News Corp., prepares to separate its publishing properties, which also include The Wall Street Journal and various newspapers in the U.K.
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Bloomberg Pays Tribute to The Financial Times, Reigniting Speculation on a Bid

The mayor spoke Wednesday night at a celebration of the newspaper’s 125th anniversary, calling it “my second favorite financial news outlet.”
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USA Today now occupies a different, digital world – but I still love it

USA Today now occupies a different, digital world – but I still love it | Innovation Media C | Scoop.it
During my journalistic career, I saw many changes. Now, in retirement, I look forward to the paper landing on my doorstep, writes William Nicholson
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Paid News on Tablets?   Not For Students

Paid News on Tablets?   Not For Students | Innovation Media C | Scoop.it

A new study reveals that students in the U.S. are eager to consume news on digital devices but only when they don’t have to pay for it. They are however more willing to pay for magazine content online. Steve Collins andTim Brown at the University of Central Florida and Michael Rabby at Washington State University Vancouver asked 452 students at an unnamed large public university in the southeastern U.S. about their digital reading habits in fall 2010 and spring 2011 when the iPad and iPad2 were released.

 
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New research finds 92 percent of time spent on news consumption is still on legacy platforms

New research finds 92 percent of time spent on news consumption is still on legacy platforms | Innovation Media C | Scoop.it

Here is a surprising statistic from leading consultants McKinsey and Company: When you measure news consumption in the U.S. by time spent, rather than raw audience numbers, digital platforms are getting only 8 percent of the action.

 
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Bloomberg Wall Between News, Data Came Late

Bloomberg Wall Between News, Data Came Late | Innovation Media C | Scoop.it
Bloomberg, whose news business has expanded in recent years, moved late to restrict its journalists' ability to look up data about subscribers to its financial terminals.
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Wall Street Journal Kindly Requests Its Journalists Stop Looking So Ugly On-Camera

Wall Street Journal Kindly Requests Its Journalists Stop Looking So Ugly On-Camera | Innovation Media C | Scoop.it
You want the spotlight focused on your stellar journalism —not shining off your forehead.
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Newsosaur: How Publishers Can Win at Mobile Commerce

Newsosaur: How Publishers Can Win at Mobile Commerce | Innovation Media C | Scoop.it

In the never-ending quest by marketers to put the right offer in front of the right consumer at precisely the right time, inner space is becoming the next frontier for mobile commerce — and a major opportunity for newspaper publishers.   

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A Digital Guy at the Helm

A Digital Guy at the Helm | Innovation Media C | Scoop.it

Trif Alatzas, the new executive editor of the Baltimore Sun, is excited about the opportunities for journalism in a transformative era for newspapers. Mon., May 6, 2013

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The Dallas Morning News’ paywall is getting a makeover to try to capture digital-only readers

The Dallas Morning News’ paywall is getting a makeover to try to capture digital-only readers | Innovation Media C | Scoop.it
Publisher Jim Moroney says the paper will be adding a "greatly improved, metered paid-access model that is much more consumer friendly in every way."
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Piano Media's Solo paywall approach in western Europe | Media news | Journalism.co.uk

Piano Media's Solo paywall approach in western Europe | Media news | Journalism.co.uk | Innovation Media C | Scoop.it
A look at Piano Media's approach to paywalls as it enters the UK and other markets in western Europe, following the launch of Piano Solo
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Crisis for Canadian newspaper publishers

Crisis for Canadian newspaper publishers | Innovation Media C | Scoop.it
Revenues fall too fast for cost cuts to compensate
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The news media is even worse than you think Brett Arends's ROI

The news media is even worse than you think Brett Arends's ROI | Innovation Media C | Scoop.it
Anyone who feels cynical about the U.S. media has been having a good few weeks. 5 corrupting influences are keeping the public from the facts.
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Easy Living closes print edition

Easy Living closes print edition | Innovation Media C | Scoop.it
Condé Nast women's magazine to go online-only after eight years, putting 30 jobs at risk. By Josh Halliday
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