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Sunday plan evolves from print-only to print-first

I wrote first last week about my employer, The Cincinnati Enquirer, experimenting with a print-only strategy for certain stories to boost Sunday single-copy sales. Not long afterward, I was in a meeting where we decided on the next course of … Continue reading

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Times chose quick bucks over a lasting audience

The New York Times’ plan to charge for online content is an act of desperation from a company that chose to abandon a growing audience of dedicated online readers (and the ad dollars they bring with them) in favor of a quick fix. Continue reading

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Who’s trying to save journalism this week

A roundup on the latest news in efforts to save newspapers and make money in journalism, including a look at legislation, micropayments vs. subscriptions and research for hire. Continue reading

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Seeking your input on business models

I’m preparing a presentation on possible future business models for journalism – and I want your input. Continue reading

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