Tag: paywall

by Julie Keck

1. When a (partial) tweet becomes an ad, what are the rules? (Margaret Sullivan / New York Times) 2. FAA says use of drones for commercial purposes, including journalism, is not allowed (Jeremy Barr / Poynter) 3. Native advertising is the new paywall in media economics – but is it here to stay? (Emily Bell […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. Is AOL finally making money from content? Maybe. (Peter Kafka / AllThingsD) 2. By 4 to 1, early adopters pick wearable watches over glasses (Eric Newcomer / JessicaLessin.com) 3. The NYT paywall don’t get no respect (Ryan Chittum / CJR) 4. How geolocation is being used to promote magazine apps (Sarah Marshall / Journalism.co.uk) […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. Why journalists can still trust anonymous search tool Tor (Lauren Kirchner / Columbia Journalism Review) 2. Paid apps aren’t dead – but they’re on life support (Christina Warren / Mashable) 3. Charting diversity among tech directors (Nitasha Tiku / Gawker) 4. BuzzFeed president: “We feel strongly that traditional media has given up on young […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. Has putting up a paywall at the Guardian become moral imperitive rather than a choice? (Mathew Ingram / paidContent) 2. How Spotify engineered the new music economy (Max Blau / Mashable) 3. What mugshots mean for public data (Hilary Mason) 4. New BBC Store lets you pay to download, keep shows (Paul Sawers / […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. A la carte journalism: Where people (and reporters) set the agenda (Karthika Muthukumaraswamy / HuffingtonPost) 2. Dallas Morning News to drop paywall Oct 1 (Andrew Beaujon / Poynter) 3. Local newspapers scramble for native advertising strategies (Josh Sternberg / Digiday) 4. Google France’s $81 million media boost (Alison Langley / Columbia Journalism Review) 5. […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. Study: BuzzFeed dominates on Facebook, BBC tops Twitter (Sara Morrison / The Wrap) 2. Google’s chief economist understands media better than some industry execs do (Mathew Ingram / paidContent) 3. Intel looking for help from Amazon or Samsung to keep its web TV project alive (Peter Kafka / AllThingsD) 4. Medium experiments with the […] more »

by Zach C. Cohen

Washington Post joined the 450 other daily U.S. newspapers with pay walls this week and also now offers “Sponsored Views” below its editorials. We’ll talk to Forbes media columnist Jeff Bercovici about the advantages and disadvantages of pay walls at the Post and beyond. We’ll also talk to CNET’s Declan McCullagh on new developments in […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. Yahoo wants to buy Tumblr. Will Facebook swoop in at the last minute? (GigaOm) 2. Bloomberg scandal raises ethics questions for new media (Huffington Post) 3. Reporters using sensors to collect data and report on it; is this ethical? (paidContent) 4. NewsRight, an ambitious attempt at licensing newspaper content, quietly folds (Poynter) 5. From […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. How much work Twitter is too much? (The Awl) 2. “Why I admire the OC register, even though I disagree with almost everything they’re doing” (PaidContent.org) 3. Dan Gillmor says journalists are uninformed about who controls the platforms they publish on (Nieman) 4. Swartz death inspires expanded effort to liberate pay walled court docs […] more »

by Julie Keck

1. Amazon to acquire book recommendation social network Goodreads (Verge) 2. Facebook’s Android event leads to speculation that it’s planning its own smartphone (Fast Company) 3. “Recommended for you”: The fight to decide what you read next (paidContent) 4. How newsrooms can create a breaking news plan and why it matters (Poynter) 5. Two years […] more »