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Can customer publishers ever charge for online content?

Can customer publishers ever charge for online content?

In several weeks time The Times newspaper website will be disappear behind a paywall and the only people able to access its content will be those paying £2 a week or £1 a day to its owners News International. The media company's execs hope that the move will generate a new source of revenue that will enable The Times to maintain its current high quality editorial output. Read more »

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Posted in Digital
3rdJun 2010

All you ever wanted to know about new website formats Posterous and Tumblr

Over the past few years many mainstream publishers have adopted the blogging format rather than traditional websites to produce their content. Almost all the major newspapers have mini blog networks - the most prominent of which is The Guardian's huge commentisfree.co.uk - while even business to business sites like Brand Republic have added blogs to their site. Read more about what they can offer brands and customer publishers »

Posted in Digital
2ndJun 2010

Review of Wired magazine's iPad edition - and what customer publishers can learn from it

Review of Wired magazine's iPad edition - and what customer publishers can learn from it

So far sales of iPad magazines (editorial apps for the device which ape magazine use in that users flick between pages) have been a tad disappointing. The most high profile iPad mag to date, GQ, has sold less than 500 copies which falls a long way short of its publisher Conde Nast's vision of reinventing the online magazine. Read the review in full »

Posted in Digital
28thMay 2010

Quickie guide to paywalls

Quickie guide to paywalls

Today marks a key moment in the history of online publishing. For this morning The Times newspaper finally unveiled a new innovative website. The result of two years research and development looks and feels a lot less like a traditional website and in many respects more like an newspaper. Read more »

Posted in Digital
25thMay 2010

Apple delays UK launch of iPad

Apple delays UK launch of iPad

Apple is delaying the international (including UK) launch of the iPad by a month. It was expected to arrive in the last week of April, but now it appears that a late May or even June launch is on the cards. Brits will be able to pre-order the device on May 10th. Read more »

Posted in Digital
14thApr 2010

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