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Niet geheel onverwacht: Britse uitgevers zien tablets als belangrijkste platform voor betaalde content.

Niet geheel onverwacht: Britse uitgevers zien tablets als belangrijkste platform voor betaalde content. | Paid Content | Scoop.it
Majority of respondents to Association of Online Publishers' annual census name tablets as primary platform for paid content...
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Three More Papers Put Up Paywalls, With Some New Twists

Three More Papers Put Up Paywalls, With Some New Twists | Paid Content | Scoop.it

As more newspapers roll out paywalls, they are looking for new types of content and services to entice readers, and are also turning to new types of technology to power the payment platforms themselves.

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WSJ Creates Web-Based Subscription Service For CFOs

WSJ Creates Web-Based Subscription Service For CFOs | Paid Content | Scoop.it
The Wall Street Journal is drilling down on niche audiences and is now selling subscriptions to a web-based news service aimed at chief financial officers and similar executives
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Google: One Pass to work with publishers

Google: One Pass to work with publishers | Paid Content | Scoop.it
LONDON - Google said it expects its One Pass
subscription management service to help publishers monetize content
as the search engine seeks ways to work more closely with the
newspaper industry.
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The NYT Pay Plan's Most Dangerous Foe: Perception... (PaidContent) » TechNews.AM

The NYT Pay Plan's Most Dangerous Foe: Perception... (PaidContent) » TechNews.AM | Paid Content | Scoop.it
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Sulzberger: App Sales Prove News Consumers Are Willing To Pay

Sulzberger: App Sales Prove News Consumers Are Willing To Pay | Paid Content | Scoop.it
The rise of tablets and apps has helped pave the way for the New York Times and potentially many other newspapers to charge for content, said Arthur Sulzberger, Jr., the company’s chairman and publisher, in an interview with CEO Janet Robinson at the Paley Center this morning (the video stream will be available here).
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New York Times paywall: Designed to drive you insane!

New York Times paywall: Designed to drive you insane! | Paid Content | Scoop.it
How long have I been throwing my dollar wads over the New York Times paywall? Oh, since about 1985. Measured in 2011 money, I've probably dropped between $17,000 and $18,000 on the newsprint version of the paper. Just think, if only I had used that money t
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Ook krantenketen Hearst (VS) gaat het koopje van de dag aanbieden. Het concern hoopt hiermee de online opbrengsten te vergroten.

Ook krantenketen Hearst (VS) gaat het koopje van de dag aanbieden. Het concern hoopt hiermee de online opbrengsten te vergroten. | Paid Content | Scoop.it
The latest newspaper chain to turn to daily deals to supplement its online revenue: Hearst Corp. The company will soon offer daily deals in many of its local markets, under an agreement with white label daily deals service Analog Analytics. Analog Analytics CEO Ken Kalb tells us that SeattlePi.com will be the first Hearst-owned property to offer the option to its advertisers.

The move comes as most of the major newspaper companies have now moved to capture some of the booming daily deals market. Both McClatchy (NYSE: MNI) and Media General (NYSE: MEG) have partnered with market leader Groupon. Other papers, including the New York Times (NYSE: NYT), are launching their own in-house daily deals services, while others are working with white-label daily deals services like Analog Analytics, which provide a software platform that their sales teams can use.
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“Please stop calling it a wall”: First thoughts on the Times’ pay plan

“Please stop calling it a wall”: First thoughts on the Times’ pay plan | Paid Content | Scoop.it
Now that we know the details of The New York Times’ long-awaited paywall plan, what’s the reaction to it? We asked some of our favorite media thinkers — including, of course, some of those who made predictions about the success of the paywall this December — to weigh in on the model’s pricing, packaging, and more. (Also asked: Are you going to subscribe?)
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NYTimes.com Pay Scheme Has A Great Big Hole

NYTimes.com Pay Scheme Has A Great Big Hole | Paid Content | Scoop.it
Some thoughts about the new digital pay scheme announced Thursday by the New York Times:

» Expect a big number of early subscribers. This happened with TimesSelect, the two-year-and-out effort to get people to pay to read opinion columns. It launched in September 2005, and within less than two months the company had signed up around 120,000 newly paying subscribers.
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Which Papers In The UK Are Winning The Digital Revenue Race?

Which Papers In The UK Are Winning The Digital Revenue Race? | Paid Content | Scoop.it
Online is a half-billion-pound business for UK newspapers, paidContent:UK has concluded, after researching key industry financial metrics. Here’s who comes out on top…
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Newspaper ads sag to a 25-year low in 2010 - Yahoo! News

Newspaper ads sag to a 25-year low in 2010 - Yahoo! News | Paid Content | Scoop.it
Newspaper advertising has sunk to a 25-year low as marketers shift more of their spending to the Internet.
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Mobile users dig local news apps, but most won't pay for them

Mobile users dig local news apps, but most won't pay for them | Paid Content | Scoop.it
A new survey on mobile Internet use suggests that there is a "long way to go" before consumers are willing to pay more for local news and information apps, even though more than 40 percent of them now check for weather and news on their cell phones and tablets.
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The Kingdom and the Paywal. New York Magazine over het succes van NY Times Sulzberger en zijn betaalmuur.

The Kingdom and the Paywal. New York Magazine over het succes van NY Times Sulzberger en zijn betaalmuur. | Paid Content | Scoop.it
Some people thought that on Arthur Sulzberger Jr.’s watch, the New York 'Times' could actually become extinct. They might need to issue a correction.
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Gannett (o.m. USA Today) ziet opbrengsten met een kwart dalen, maar digitale inkomsten blijven stijgen.

Gannett (o.m. USA Today) ziet opbrengsten met een kwart dalen, maar digitale inkomsten blijven stijgen. | Paid Content | Scoop.it
2nd UPDATE: Gannett Profits Fall 23% On Declining Ad Sales...
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The NYT paywall seems to hurt traffic. Is that a problem? | VentureBeat

We’re still very early into The New York Times’ paywall experiment, but research company Experian Hitwise is already collecting data on how the move has affected traffic to NYTimes.com. Its finding? Traffic is down.
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Knack pleit voor een leeskrediet dat lezers toelaat om te "shoppen" bij verschillende nieuwsaanbieders naar het model van iTunes

Knack pleit voor een leeskrediet dat lezers toelaat om te "shoppen" bij verschillende nieuwsaanbieders naar het model van iTunes | Paid Content | Scoop.it
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De betaalmuren van de belangrijkste kranten in de VS op een rijtje.

De betaalmuren van de belangrijkste kranten in de VS op een rijtje. | Paid Content | Scoop.it
When the New York Times puts up its paywall later this month, it will be the fifth newspaper among the top 50 by circulation in the U.S. to charge for online access; a sixth, its sibling Boston Globe, is expected to do so later this year.
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Why I Won’t Pay For ‘The Daily’ And I Will Pay For The Digital ‘NYT’

Why I Won’t Pay For ‘The Daily’ And I Will Pay For The Digital ‘NYT’ | Paid Content | Scoop.it
I wanted to love The Daily, the first news source from a mainstream media company designed purely for the IPad, a platform I love. I couldn’t wait for it to get launched. I told everyone I knew in the business that the launch of News Corp (NSDQ: NWS). dramatic bet, The Daily, despite being the first of its kind — which is always a dangerous place to be in technology development — was going to change the game.
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How Much Revenue Can The New York Times Paywall Generate?

How Much Revenue Can The New York Times Paywall Generate? | Paid Content | Scoop.it
So how much money will the New York Times generate with its new digital subscriptions? The company has said that about 15 percent of monthly visitors to its website are heavy users who access more than 20 pages a month—and therefore will soon be prompted to pay up.
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The newsonomics of The New York Times’ pay fence

The newsonomics of The New York Times’ pay fence | Paid Content | Scoop.it
It’s official — and the world still turns. After 14 months of planning, The New York Times is finally launching its pay system, starting in the U.S. March 28. It’s been a gestation period longer than a manatee’s, due to customer-service identification and coordination issues, tech development schedules, pricing thinking (and rethinking), and new tablet relaunch preparations. As I wrote earlier this week (“NYT’s Good Timing on Pay Launch, Amid News Chaos“), its timing is remarkably good — playing to the astounding iPad 2 launch, big news around the world, and a growing sense of the Times’ outsized importance as media chaos multiplies
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NYTimes.com Paywall Picture About To Get Much Clearer

NYTimes.com Paywall Picture About To Get Much Clearer | Paid Content | Scoop.it
I’ve seen a lot of wishful thinking recently, some of it here, that the New York Times (NYSE: NYT) brass will wake up and suddenly decide not to switch on the meters at NYTimes.com. Don’t hold your breath. The NYT’s paywall intentions—telegraphed more than a year ago and repeated with various levels of detail since—are very clear and the plans are close to being announced, possibly as early as today.
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NYT’s Good Timing on Pay Launch, Amid News Chaos | Newsonomics

NYT’s Good Timing on Pay Launch, Amid News Chaos | Newsonomics | Paid Content | Scoop.it
Here is the growing epiphany about these core readers: Not only do they pay you, they use lots more than the fly-by people, the non-core sent by Google, Facebook, Twitter and all manner of other referrals. More than 50% of the Financial Times traffic comes from about 10% of its unique visitors, largely the paying ones, who just got a fee increase this year and paid up. More than a third of the Wall Street Journal's traffic comes from 10% of its unique visitors. The virtuous circle gets wider. Not only do you get more usage from this paying core group, but those readers also become better and better advertising targets each day. You, the publisher, already have their declared registration/buying information (demographics) and now you have a 24/7 clickstream of their digital reading, researching and shopping behavior. Match the two, and modern ad targeting can increase yields as you sell them -- and actually present offers that might interest them. Win, win, win, if the stars align, which they won't, because it's an imperfect, but aligning, planet
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