Monthly Archives: September 2009

WSJ’s McLeod: ‘No Brainer’ To Charge For Mobile; ‘We’re About To See What Really Works’ | paidContent

WSJ’s McLeod: ‘No Brainer’ To Charge For Mobile; ‘We’re About To See What Really Works’ | paidContent.

Pirate Bay buyer faces bankruptcy – The Local

Pirate Bay buyer faces bankruptcy – The Local.

Media News: Wall Street Journal to Charge $100 for Mobile App – Advertising Age – MediaWorks

Media News: Wall Street Journal to Charge $100 for Mobile App – Advertising Age – MediaWorks.

‘Athens’ on the Net – NYTimes.com

‘Athens’ on the Net – NYTimes.com.

Five Key Reasons Why Newspapers Are Failing | Politics & Media | SPLICETODAY.COM

Five Key Reasons Why Newspapers Are Failing | Politics & Media | SPLICETODAY.COM.

PenPlusBytes: Journalism Online’s charging clients a 20% commission

Details from the NAA meeting on how revenue and commissions to be charged by Journalism Online via PenPlusBytes: Journalism Online’s charging clients a 20% commission.

Time to Rake a Little Muck

Time to Rake a Little Muck.

The Price of Truth | Mother Jones

The Price of Truth | Mother Jones. How do we pay for good journalism to support our society?

In The New York Times Magazine: Quirky.com

In The New York Times Magazine: Quirky.com. Quirky.com lets inventors put out an idea. The “drawing board” is crowd sourced. Anyone can comment on ideas. For $99 you can submit an idea which is then honed through iterations. When the production deals are worked out with manufacturers and suppliers, the idea goes “public” and it […]

Norton Buys Graphic Media Manifesto | The New York Observer

Norton Buys Graphic Media Manifesto | The New York Observer. Brooke Gladstone goes to graphic novel format for history of journalism and the media.