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'Native' advertising pays the piper but may not call the tune
'Native' advertising pays the piper but may not call the tune
Who will pay the bills for quality journalism? That's the question news groups around the world are asking themselves with growing anxiety.
Paywalls grow, but analysts split on merit
Paywalls grow, but analysts split on merit
More than 300 US dailies now have some type of paywall, many allowing some free or "metered" content, according to the trade website...
European dailies fear loss of readers with paywalls
European dailies fear loss of readers with paywalls
Europe's troubled newspaper industry is keeping a close eye on the outcome of experiments by English language sites to charge for content but is...
Are paywalls working?
Are paywalls working?
You've got to hand it to Rupert Murdoch. Love him or hate him, his business decisions often make for interesting reading.
News of the World goes behind online paywall
News of the World goes behind online paywall
News Corp's UK newspaper arm is to put its mass-selling News of the World tabloid, known for scoops on celebrities and politicians, behind...

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