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  • BBC Targets U.S. With Pay Products
    Call it Yankee naiveté, but we always thought the BBC equaled free programming. After what it's describing as a "nightmare" year, BBC Worldwide -- the corporation's commercial wing -- pla ...
  • Study: Paywalls Keep The Cash Out
    CUNY's New Business Models for News Project has released a study that goes through two pay models for a metro news organization, which has decided to charge for content onlin ...
  • Free, Fee, or Flee?
    Big or small, how can companies charge for content and services online when a free alternative is often just a click away? Whatever Rupert Murdoch thinks, there's no easy answe ...
  • Monetizing Newspaper Content
    According to a survey conducted for the American Press Institute, reported in Media Buyer/Planner, more than half of newspaper publishers believe readers will pay to access online newspaper content. 5 ...
  • Google's Schmidt: Tear Down Your Pay Wall, Mr. Murdoch
    Now that Rupert Murdoch has made up his mind about online publishing, and the notion that advertising can't support it, you'd think the industry's fate was sealed. Not at al ...
  • The Price Is Right
    Long Island's newsday set its pay wall firmly in place in November, becoming one of the few local newspapers to charge for all online access to its content. MediaNews al ...
  • Cross-Media Case Study: Another Brick in the Wall
    A few sobering statistics: Newspaper ad sales dropped more than 28 percent for the first quarter of 2009, according to the Newspaper Association of America; more than 40,000 newspaper jo ...
  • Whacha Gonna Do, When 24/7 Real Media Goes Wild on You?!?
    Temperatures flared toward the end of the first day of OMMA Global San Francisco in March. Sure, it had been a long day. People were cranky. Pay wall discussions te ...
  • 2010 Survival Guide: Publishers
    Offline publishers need to not become too fixated on the question of pay walls. The No. 1 priority in the year ahead, says Ken Doctor, affiliate analyst Outsell, is ...