‘A la carte’ journalism presents alternative to paywalls – Editors Weblog

Wheeler told The News Hook that CrowdNe.ws has not determined its pricing structure, but it is considering market-determined prices, depending on individual articles’ popularity, and journalist-determined prices. He said he is convinced that readers are willing to pay for articles that interest them.

via ‘A la carte’ journalism presents alternative to paywalls – Editors Weblog.

At last, at long last, publishers are going to come to the realization that micro-payments and “disintermediation” where a story gets sold to whomever wants to view/read it, makes sense.

Next in line for this move from  a menu-driven to item-driven content? Cable TV operators.

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