It’s a simple economic truth: when journalists have to work for their audience, they have to work harder.
The ABC, SBS and Fairfax were the only media brands to score positively in a Roy Morgan survey on media trust. The ABC scored the highest, followed by SBS.
Cranky K-Rudd makes an appearance in the make-up chair ... The Age refuses to suspend subscriptions ... Salary packaging firms go on the attack ...
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A paywall will descend on Monday at The Australian, a move News Limited CEO John Hartigan says will "pioneer the way Australians consume media".
You heard it here first. As I reported here a couple of weeks ago, News Limited newsrooms are on instructions to be ready to move to a paywall system on short notice, writes Margaret Simons.
Big news in the paywall or not to paywall online media world. Boston Globe will launch a subscriber-only paid site that will replica its print edition, with a second free site to focus more on breaking news.
It's a question that's been asked by every online news content provider: can internet advertising alone sustain a workable business model? The case of UK's Daily Mail seems to suggest the answer is "yes."
Poor, filthy rich ol' Rupert Murdoch may be widely derided for being a heartless money grubbing media baron, but does that mean his decision to paywall The Times is necessarily a bad thing?