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After years of cost cutting, downsizing staff and news generification, the New Yorker Magazine reveals that since they put up their new paywall after a “summer of free,” their subscriptions spiked upwards dramatically. Not that this is surprising, people always pay for quality: shoes, clothes, pizza, whatever; what is a surprise is it took the...
By Benjamin Mullin, Poynter It has been more than a year since The New Yorker took down its paywall and triggered a frenzied run on its archives. Slate and others compiled lists of The New Yorker’s greatest hits, encouraging readers to take in the magazine’s ruminative nonfiction before the paywall came back up. The whole...
by Joe Pompeo, Capital New York Even as some publishers continue to contract, 2016 will undoubtedly bring a new wave of journalism startups keen on making a splash in the market. One such publication being planned is a new print magazine covering the business of media. The as-yet-untitled magazine is being created by Piano, a...
By Ken Doctor, Nieman Journalism Labs The Boston Globe is doing just that, and it seems to be working. It might be the foundation of a sustainable revenue model for local newspapers. Is local news worth a dollar a day? That’s the fascinating question The Boston Globe is now posing to its local readers. It’s...
The ad blocking vs. privacy debate continues to blaze. Under every article these days about the pros and cons of ad blocking are comments that discuss whether blocking online ads is equivalent to theft and if user tracking is ethical. And native advertising is increasingly being scrutinized as some publishers try to hide the sourcing...