How 30 publishers are charging for online content

micropayments If you have an interest in how the mainstream media is evolving and how it hopes to remain relevant to consumers, as I do, there is some new reporting and metrics on what 30 publishers in the USA, Canada, the UK and continental Europe are doing in the key areas of charging for online content or consumption and implementing paywalls and subscription services.

Alastair Bruce, content manager for MSN UK, has produced this analysis that considers bundling, micropayments, metered systems, freemium and subscription models, across consumer/specialist titles as well as national/local newspapers.


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Neville Hobson

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