Subscriber revenue: what's the future — and the limit? Paid Members Public
How do you win an audience. convert them to subscribers — and retain them in tough economic times? A news:rewired panel explores past sucesses and future strategies.
Journalism needs members, not readers Paid Members Public
Members and subscribers are not the same thing. We're at a moment of inflection in journalism, and understanding the difference might be crucial.
Apple News+: first thoughts Paid Members Public
Quick first impressions of the launch of Apple News+
New business models for journalism Paid Members Public
Journalism needs a new business model. Hell, it need many new models. Here's a bunch of them from news:rewired
The Spectator is harnessing digital to get record print sales Paid Members Public
This is rather spectacular: Spectator subscriptions are at an all-time high, but not only that — print subscriptions are, too. Here’s how editor Fraser Nelson expains it [https://blogs.spectator.co.uk/2018/02/the-spectators-print-sales-hit-a-190-year-high-thanks-to-digital/] : > Digital is behind the renaissance of print. The website brings millions of people to
Compass News: the latest attempt to build a Netflix for news Paid Members Public
There’s a new journalism aggregator in town, called Compass – and it’s attempting to be a Netflix for news [http://www.compassnews.co.uk/]. Isolde Walters spoke to Matilde Giglio about the subscription-based app [https://www.girlwithoutaniche.com/home/2017/3/13/w10i9y1x2vrkxbu17qgziqhg26ord7] : > It’s a bit like
Coffee and newspapers: a business model blend Paid Members Public
Richard Horgan [http://www.adweek.com/fishbowlny/toronto-star-headline-coffee/385236]: > From north of the border, a rather interesting new revenue experiment. Canada’s largest newspaper, the Toronto Star, this week announced the launch of a new monthly in-house subscription service: Headline Coffee. Yup, a coffee subscription service from a newspaper