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BizReport | Blogs & Content archives January 17, 2012

NNA: More readers still prefer local content

When it comes to staying up to date on local happenings most of us still go to the newspaper first. That according to a recent National Newspaper Association and Reynolds Journalism Institute at the Missouri School of Journalism. According to... >>

BizReport | Blogs & Content archives April 22, 2011

Are paywalls the answer to online publishing?

Publishers began erecting paywalls for their online content several years ago, but as print circulation has decreased more paywalls have gone up. So far these paywalls aren't saving the newspaper industry, but in 2010 when paywalls were rejuvenated by some... >>

BizReport | Blogs & Content archives January 10, 2011

Report: Newspapers need to diversify

More hope for the flagging newspaper industry may be around the corner. A new report from the American Press Institute and ITZBelden indicates that newspapers that diversify a bit may snag more local businesses. This, of course, doesn't bring in... >>

BizReport | Research archives October 13, 2010

Scarborough: E-Reading consumers reading online and print

If you think e-reader households are reading solely on their digital devices, think again. While many of these consumers are reading the bulk of their content through online devices, many are still reading print editions of newspapers according to a... >>

BizReport | Blogs & Content archives July 26, 2010

How consumers are reacting to new "Times" paywall

A few weeks ago, UK newspaper staple "The Times" moved to a pay for content model, surprising many in the industry and causing marketers, competitors and consumers alike to take a close look at the site - and how the... >>

BizReport | Blogs & Content archives December 04, 2009

Report: Consumers will pay for content, if...

When it comes to online content, newspapers and magazine publishers have been complaining for years that consumers won't pay for it. They want it free. But a new report from Boston Consulting Group disagrees with that point of view, indicating... >>

BizReport | Blogs & Content archives October 07, 2009

Should publishers consider free subscriptions?

Newspaper publishers looking for new resources are pushing in mobile and online arenas, but still their print publications are dwindling. Should subscriptions be free? A group of French newspaper publishers have been trying the 'free with strings' subscription route with... >>

BizReport | Blogs & Content archives April 16, 2009

Proposed platform could charge consumers for content

A new platform could be a boon for publisher websites but consumers may balk at the idea. Media executives Steven Brill (American Lawyer Magazine), L. Gordon Crovitz (former The Wall Street Journal publisher) and Leo Hindery, Jr. (InterMedia Partners) have... >>

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