The Guardian launches a member-only app, people are discovering funnels a decade late, and HuffPo is on the auction block.
If all high-quality news becomes paywalled - what will fill the void left behind?
Journalism needs a new business model. Hell, it need many new models. Here's a bunch of them from news:rewired
For all the praise heaped on the NYT, its paywall model won't work for smaller audiences. Switzerland's NZZ is trying something more sophisticated.
Oh, look the "iTunes/Spotify/Netflix for news" idea is on its annual outing.
The podcast industry in China is worth $7.3bn - and it's not from advertising.
Is Medium slowly becoming the Huffington Post circa 2008? It's hunt for more content suggests it might be.
Vox Media is trying to make money through licensing its publishing platform Chorus. A smart move from Vox - but is adopting it a smart move for publishers?