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Mecom to launch digital paywall and review future of 65 free titles

Wide-ranging strategic review by new chief executive Tom Toumazis aims to slash costs by €70mMecom is to introduce digital pay models across its top newspaper titles, slash costs by €70m and... | Guardian – 2012-01-24

Express & Star Scraps Online Paywall After Nine Months

The UK’s biggest selling regional newspaper, Wolverhampton’s Express & Star, has scrapped its online paywall less than a year after it was introduced. The paywall was put in place in... | Editor & Publisher – 2012-01-18

New York Times CEO Janet Robinson Steps Down; No Replacement Named

New York Times CEO Janet Robinson is stepping down after a seven-year run. The company says it will conduct a job search for her replacement and that, in the interim, publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr.... | AllThingsD – 2011-12-16

NYT CEO Janet Robinson to step down

NYT chairman and publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr to be interim chief executive when Robinson retires at end of 2011New York Times chief executive Janet Robinson is to step down after seven years, but... | Guardian – 2011-12-16

Sulzberger: iPad means NYT ‘can literally get into bed with the audience’

London School of Economics and Political Science Despite fears that the iPad would cannibalize the print business, New York Times Publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr. says “these users are instead... | Poynter. – 2011-11-03

Big Canadian publisher opts for paywall

Canada's largest newspaper publisher, Postmedia Network, is to to put up paywalls at all its 38 daily and community newspapers across the country.It suggests that its "metered model" experiment,... | Guardian – 2011-10-30

MinnPost publisher: We won’t try to capitalize on Star Tribune’s paywall

MinnPost Starting Nov. 1, the Star Tribune will begin charging its heaviest users for Web access if they don’t subscribe beyond the Sunday paper. The change prompted David Brauer, MinnPost’s media... | Poynter. – 2011-10-25

Planning a paywall? Maybe you should sell some e-books instead

While the number of newspapers and other media entities that are erecting paywalls or launching subscription-based apps continues to grow, other content publishers such as The New Yorker are looking... | GigaOM – 2011-10-12

Baltimore Sun to put up paywall next month

Romenesko+ Memos The Sun’s paywall goes up October 10. “To encourage readers to sign up at launch, we will offer a special introductory rate of 99 cents for the first 4 weeks,” says publisher Tim... | Poynter. – 2011-09-24

The paywall debate: monetizing news in the digital era

Free, digital content has shattered long-established ways of making money in the newspaper publishing industry, and publishers must now find new ways to subsidize content-creation costs directly.... | GigaOM – 2011-09-09

Pexton, The Post and the paywall

Is The Washington Post having an identity crisis?It seems that ever since 6 August, when Patrick B. Pexton published his piece mooting the idea of a more populist standpoint for The Post, American... | Editors Weblog – 2011-08-17

Time introduces ‘All Access’ plan, adds paywall

All Things D Time is making it easier for readers to subscribe to its digital and print editions, and making it harder for non-subscribers to read the magazine online, reports Peter Kafka. He adds... | Poynter. – 2011-07-20

Behind the Times paywall figures

The paper is heralding 100,000 digital subscribers. But much of this sign-up won't interest advertisers, on which papers still relyThe Times, one year on, claims 100,000 digital subscribers behind... | Guardian – 2011-07-03

The Sun may stay outside a paywall after all

Do I detect a change of policy at News International about paywalls? If I read correctly between the lines of statements made last night by the publisher's chief marketing officer, Katie... | Guardian – 2011-05-10

Adweek's Michael Wolff Talks NYT Paywall, the State of News Corp.

Video: In part two of our Media Beat discussion with Adweek editorial director Michael Wolff, the media vet discusses The New York Times paywall, saying among other things, if it doesn't work, then... | Media Bistro – 2011-05-04

A new paywall doesn't come for free

Social media and free news sites may not need to spend money on advertising, but paid-for news websites probably willHow much has the Daily Mail – celebrating, along with the Guardian, another... | Guardian – 2011-05-01

Angry Robot's Zoo City wins Arthur C Clarke award

Written By: Bookseller Staff Publication Date: Thu, 28/04/2011 - 07:32 Lauren Beukes's Zoo City has been honoured with the Arthur C Clarke Award for science fiction novel of the year, being tipped... | The Bookseller – 2011-04-28

A country goes behind a paywall

How about this for a paywall? Slovakia's media have erected one around the entire country.Nine major news organisations - including three broadsheet newspapers, a tabloid, two magazines and a... | Guardian – 2011-04-19

NYT's Arthur Sulzberger and Janet Robinson Insist the Paywall is Not a Paywall

Rather, it's an "online pricing plan," a "digital subscription plan." "It's not like the Times of London wall," said Sulzberger, noting the porousness and searchability of the new New York Times. Yet... | The New York Observer – 2011-04-06

Will Armstrong's flight from The Times's paywall start a fashion?

The Daily Telegraph's editor, Tony Gallagher, is said to be cockahoop about his latest coup - poaching The Times's fashion editor, Lisa Armstrong, and her deputy, Luke Leitch.No surprise there. It's... | Guardian – 2011-04-02

Juggling the Times paywall numbers

Count News Corp's figures one way and you produce growth; look a bit deeper and there's still some way to goRupert Murdoch sat quietly in the front row as Rebekah Brooks briefed Sun and Times... | Guardian – 2011-03-30

Nerd news may be what's needed to crack the paywall

Content directed at movers and shakers and underpinned by accurate and informed journalism could make good moneyOne current load of excited hype belongs to Murdoch's the Daily, coming to iPads around... | Guardian – 2011-03-27

New York Times paywall: built for the digital future?

Debate has focused on the mechanics of the charging scheme rather than whether its $40m cost is really of long-term valueIt is a week since the New York Times finally set a date and a plan for... | Guardian – 2011-03-26

Paywall or no paywall, print is still what pays

The New York Times's model for online charging will no doubt be widely copied. But according to one analyst, print will still be providing 86% of UK newspapers' revenues even in 2017So, at long, long... | Guardian – 2011-03-20

It’s Finally Here: The NYT’s Paywall

Posted in ArticleIt's been a long time coming, but the New York Times has finally announced the details of the paywall it's been talking about for what feels like years. It' a little complicated, so... | EContent Magazine – 2011-03-18

The New York Times Unveils Paywall Plan

The New York Times today introduced its new digital subscription plan for charging the heaviest users of its site. The plan takes effect with readers in Canada today, and in the U.S. and the rest of... | Folio Magazine – 2011-03-18

And finally, The New York Times paywall has arrived!

"Today marks a significant transition for The New York Times as we introduce digital subscriptions", announces Arthur Ochs Sulzberger Jr., publisher of the paper, today, March 17th, on the paper's... | Editors Weblog – 2011-03-17

Talking about oneself: The New York Times paywall

Publishers of course want their papers to be profitable, but also journalists working for a paper should take the paper's robustness to heart, shouldn't they? If a paper is profitable, it could... | Editors Weblog – 2011-03-09

Advertisers benefit from The Times paywall, claims News International

News International is claiming that advertisers have benefited from "significant lifts in user engagement and brand recall" due to charging for access to The Times's website.Its claim is based on a... | Guardian – 2011-03-08

The Times paywall claims a 21% lift in brand recall

Advertisers using News International's website for The Times have benefited from significant lifts in user engagement and brand recall, according to the results of a three-month qualitative and... | Media Week – 2011-03-07

Ness shortlisted for Arthur C Clarke

Written By: Katie Allen Publication Date: Fri, 04/03/2011 - 09:06 Booktrust Teenage Prize-winner Patrick Ness has been shortlisted for the Arthur C Clarke Award, which celebrates its 25th... | The Bookseller – 2011-03-04

Latest news on The New York Times paywall

Bloomberg Businessweek reported that New York Times Co. will charge readers less than $20 a month for full access to its namesake newspaper on the Web when the company introduces its paid service, as... | Editors Weblog – 2011-01-21

Paywall hits The Times online readership: report

LONDON (Reuters) - The Times newspaper's website has lost two-thirds of its audience following the introduction of a paywall -- a steep decline, but not as bad as some in the media industry had... | Reuters – 2010-07-18

Murdoch offers freebies to get readers beyond paywall

The Times of London last week began closing down its free website and will charge for access. | San Jose Mercury News – 2010-06-20

Wall Street Journal Uses Arthur Sulzberger's Picture To Illustrate 'Girly Man' Feature

Well, on the front page of the Journal's Weekend section this morning is a feature on how women from healthier populations prefer feminine-looking men. The piece is illustrated with a grid showing... | The Huffington Post – 2010-03-27

Boston Globe Union Slams Sulzberger's, Robinson's Raises in Letter

The union that represnts workers at The Boston Globe is asking its members to sign a letter protesting the compensation packages received by the two top executives at Globe parent company The New... | Editor And Publisher – 2010-03-26

Scholastic's Robinson Calls for Global Literacy Campaign

At this year's Bologna Book Fair, Scholastic chairman Dick Robinson urged the children's global... | Publishers Wekly – 2010-03-25

In '09, New York Times Co. CEO Janet Robinson Again Out-Earned Her Boss

For the third year in a row, New York Times Co. CEO Janet Robinson made more money than Chairman and Publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr., according to a Security and Exchange Commission proxy filing.... | Editor And Publisher – 2010-03-14

No Sale: NYT Co. Won't be Sold or Split, Says Sulzberger

The New York Times Co. isn't for sale, Chairman Arthur Sulzberger Jr. (left) said Thursday. He also commented on the newspaper's most famous investor, Carlos Slim, named by Forbes as the world's... | Editor And Publisher – 2010-03-11

Arthur, Sheldon to leave Peters

Moira Arthur, m.d. of independent library... | The Book Seller – 2009-03-30

Sulzberger, Others to Join in 'News Literacy' Conference

A "select group" of "internationally respected journalists and media figures" -- which include New York Times Publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr. -- will join other academic leaders from across the... | Editor And Publisher – 2009-03-04

Reuters' Arthur Spiegelman Dies at 68

Arthur Spiegelman, one of Reuters' "finest writers and longest-serving correspondents," died at his Los Angeles home on Saturday at 68, the news service reported. | Editor And Publisher – 2008-12-22

Final Arthur C Clarke novel on the way

Last Theorem is last hurrah The final novel by legendary sci-fi author Arthur C Clarke is to be published in August.… | The Register – 2008-07-07

“The Nazi Seance” by Arthur J. Magida

THE NAZI SEANCE The Strange Story of the Jewish Psychic in Hitler’s Circle By Arthur J. Magida Pallgrave Macmillan. 269 pp. $26 Read full article >> | The Washington Post – 2012-03-03

Making a nationwide paywall work

Tomorrow it will be one year since Piano Media launched Slovakia’s national paywall, and today CEO Tomas Bella announced that the company has secured €2 million in funding from a 3TS Capital... | Editors Weblog – 2012-04-17

Book review: ‘Why Nations Fail,’ by Daron Acemoglu and James A. Robinson

“Why Nations Fail” is a sweeping attempt to explain the gut-wrenching poverty that leaves 1.29 billion people in the developing world struggling to live on less than $1.25 a day. You might expect... | The Washington Post – 2012-04-21

Marilynne Robinson: Why are we so afraid?

'Do we never expect to have a bad time?' Robinson asked an audience at Calvin College's Festival on Faith & Writing. 'Every generation or so, something goes haywire. It's human history.' | The Christian Science Monitor – 2012-04-24

Boston Globe opens a door through its paywall

Readers of the Boston Globe are being allowed free access to its website in order to boost online subscriptions.People can jump the paywall, which was erected in October last year, by simply entering... | Guardian – 2012-05-03

Penguin apologises for Nick Robinson error

Penguin has apologised to the BBC’s political editor Nick Robinson after it wrongly printed... | The Bookseller – 2012-05-08

Marilynne Robinson’s ‘When I Was a Child I Read Books’: Essays on faith, reading

If there is any fear that the fast-moving world of the Internet and the iPhone has destroyed our powers of concentration, or our ability to think lucidly and beautifully, or to create surprising and... | The Washington Post – 2012-05-15

Publishers warm to DoubleRecall’s paywall buster

It's been a decade now that online publishers have wrestled with the same wretched dilemma: give content away for free and lose money or put up a paywall and lose audience. Now, finally, the logjam... | GigaOM – 2012-05-21

Janet Balis becomes first publisher of Huffington Post Media Group

Janet Balis becomes first publisher of Huffington Post Media Group (Jason Del Ray/Ad Age) | Poynter. – 2012-05-24

Postmedia Makes Changes to Sunday Newspapers, Paywall Access

Toronto - Postmedia Network Canada Corp., the publisher of the largest chain of Canadian big-city daily newspapers, continues to struggle. The company announced Monday that it will be making several... | Editor & Publisher – 2012-05-29

Peter Robinson wins Canadian crime novel honour

Toronto writer Peter Robinson has won the Arthur Ellis Award for the best crime novel of the year for Before the Poison. | CBC – 2012-06-04

The Buffalo News and its Paywall

In a column published online last night, Buffalo News editor-in-chief Margaret Sullivan announced that, beginning in the Fall, the Buffalo News will shunt much of its content behind a paywall.... | Editor & Publisher – 2012-06-18

Janet Groth Describes Her Life at The New Yorker

Janet Groth at home in Manhattan. The longtime New Yorker receptionist has written a book about her years there. | The New York Times – 2012-06-28

Study: Half of first year’s paywall revenue comes in first three months

Our-Hometown Our-Hometown, a company that handles Web publishing for small community newspapers, has published a report showing the pace of digital subscription revenue for one site over about three... | Poynter. – 2012-07-13

Why the Washington Post will never have a paywall

The Washington Post is one of the few major newspapers left without some kind of digital paywall or subscription model, but despite the financial pressures on the company, publisher Donald Graham... | GigaOM – 2012-07-18

Egmont signs Shouty Arthur

Egmont Press has signed a two-book contract with author and illustrator Angie Morgan, with the... | The Bookseller – 2012-08-21

Book World: ‘Cracking the Egyptian Code,’ by Andrew Robinson, explores hieroglyphs

Open almost any glossy magazine — especially if it’s sponsored by an airline — and you’re likely to find an advertisement for Rosetta Stone, a computer-assisted program for learning a foreign... | The Washington Post – 2012-08-23

Press+: Average reader sees 11 articles before hitting paywall

Nearly 40 percent of Press+’s 300+ clients allow readers fewer than 10 free articles a month, the metered-paywall company says in a press release. But even with the lowered meters publishers... | Poynter. – 2012-09-25

Remembering Arthur Ochs Sulzberger

As publisher of The New York Times, Arthur Ochs “Punch” Sulzberger saw the paper through a trying strike, expanded its sections and printed the Pentagon Papers. | The New York Times – 2012-09-29

Former New York Times publisher Arthur O. Sulzberger dies Saturday

In a note to all New York Times company employees, publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr., announced the death of his father, Arthur Ochs Sulzberger, at 86. In 1963, Sulzberger became publisher of the... | Poynter. – 2012-09-29

Ex-NY Times publisher Arthur Ochs Sulzberger dies

Former New York Times publisher Arthur Ochs Sulzberger, who led the newspaper to new levels of influence and profit while standing up for press freedom and editorial independence during some of the... | CBC – 2012-09-29

Arthur Ochs Sulzberger, publisher of the New York Times, dies at 86

Arthur Ochs Sulzberger, known to many as 'Punch', dies at home in Southampton, New York, after a long illnessOne of America's most famous newspaper publishers, Arthur Ochs Sulzberger, whose family... | Guardian – 2012-09-29

NY Times ex-chief Sulzberger dies

Award-winning newspaper publisher Arthur Sulzberger Sr, who led the New York Times for three decades, dies at 86 after a long illness. | BBC – 2012-09-29

Ex-NY Times Publisher 'Punch' Sulzberger Dies

When he felt a need to concern himself with what was printed in his newspaper, Punch, as everyone called him, would descend 11 floors to the editor’s office and humbly await his turn for an... | Editor & Publisher – 2012-10-01

Remembering Sulzberger

Since the death of Arthur Ochs Sulzberger on Saturday, many have expressed their tributes to and memories of the man nicknamed Punch, who brought the US paper of record from “the heyday of postwar... | Editors Weblog – 2012-10-03

Paywall Startup Tinypass Adds Metered Subscriptions for Small Publishers

New York-based startup Tinypass, which helps small publishers and content creators charge for content online through existing platforms like Google, is rolling out metered content options to all of... | Editor & Publisher – 2012-10-30

Arthur C. Clarke books coming out as e-books

The science fiction of Arthur C. Clarke has finally reached the next dimension in the U.S. — e-books. | Yahoo! News – 2012-12-18

The little paywall that could: Tinypass gets a CEO and some money

More publishers of all stripes, including star blogger Andrew Sullivan, are charging visitors for content. This has translated into good news for paywall provider Tinypass. | GigaOM – 2013-01-18

Marco Arment’s digital magazine and the paywall vs. sharing problem

Marco Arment softened the paywall around his iPad-only magazine because his content was not benefiting from the social-sharing effect that the web enables -- a microcosm of the dilemma that many... | GigaOM – 2013-02-26

Variety doubles down on digital — drops paywall in what it calls “end of an error”

New owner Jay Penske is shutting down Variety magazine's daily print edition and removing the paywall around the century-old tabloid's online content. But will these radical moves help the paper... | GigaOM – 2013-02-27

Arthur Frommer gets Frommer brand back from Google

NEW YORK (AP) — Travel guru Arthur Frommer said Wednesday that he has reacquired rights to his travel guidebook brand from Google, and that he intends to resume publishing Frommer guidebooks. | Boston.com – 2013-04-04

Arthur Frommer takes brand back from Google, will keep guidebooks going

The tale of Google and Frommer's famed travel guides has taken another twist this evening. Associated Press writer Beth Harpaz reports Arthur Frommer confirmed over the phone that he has retaken... | Engadget – 2013-04-04

Regional Publishing Boss Signals Online Paywall Plan

A regional publishing boss has declared his intention to introduce online paywalls on his newspapers’ websites insisting: “The reader must pay.”   Robin Burgess,... | Editor & Publisher – 2013-04-17

Reagan Arthur Takes Over at Little, Brown

Coming from the West Coast, Reagan Arthur was not always surrounded by people who thought much of a career in books. | Publishers Weekly – 2013-04-27

Beckett's Dark Eden wins Arthur C Clarke Award

Author Chris Beckett has won the 2013 Arthur C Clarke award with Dark Eden (Corvus). Beckett... | The Bookseller – 2013-05-02

Charge or Die: Media Pass Supports Online News Survival with Paywall Placement

May 2, 2013 (Santa Monica, CA) – Supporting journalists and quality journalism for digital news and opinion media, MediaPass announced today another newspaper chain in its pocket:... | Editor & Publisher – 2013-05-02

Robinson wins Kim Scott Walwyn Prize

Foyles head of marketing Miriam Robinson has won the Kim Scott Walwyn Prize 2013, with the judges... | The Bookseller – 2013-05-15

Book about 'Dexter killer' wins Arthur Ellis Award

A book about Mark Twitchell, the man dubbed the "Dexter killer" because of his admiration for the TV series about a vigilante serial killer, has won an Arthur Ellis Award for the best in crime... | CBC – 2013-05-31

Washington Post paywall up from next week

The Washington Post's paywall is to be "phased in" over several weeks from next Wednesday (12 June). It will use the metered model that will, initially, offer readers 20 pieces of content free every... | Guardian – 2013-06-05

‘Queen Bee of Tuscany: Janet Ross,’ by Ben Downing

“Queen Bee of Tuscany” is so amusing, in so many ways, it’s hard to know where to begin the praise. Ostensibly the biography of Janet Ross (1842-1927), an Englishwoman who lived in Florence for... | The Washington Post – 2013-06-27

Esquire Charges $1.99 for Article, While Australian and British Papers Continue Paywall Battles

Men’s magazine Esquire has joined the throng of publications experimenting with online paywalls, asking readers to pay a $1.99 fee to read a feature from its August issue called The... | Editor & Publisher – 2013-07-03

Standard shows free content can compete with the paywall brigade

While News Corp aims to 'own' smartphone screens, the London newspaper shows giveaway strategy can still be profitableRupert Murdoch appears to have become a surrogate Yorkshireman. He believes,... | Guardian – 2013-07-07

Faber signs Count Arthur Strong

Faber has signed a first book from "showbiz legend" Count Arthur Strong, the fictional... | The Bookseller – 2013-07-18

Arthur C. Clarke: Science fiction writers are accidental prophets

A 1995 interview captures the "2001" author's thoughts on space travel, artificial intelligence and Stanley Kubrick | Salon.com – 2013-07-27

Russell Brand, 'cock fever' and the Sun paywall | Media Monkey

With the Sun firmly encased behind its new online paywall, refuseniks have to feed off the enticing scraps posted by the paper's showbiz correspondents for free on Twitter. Lia Nicholls, deputy... | Guardian – 2013-08-01

Forty-One False Starts by Janet Malcolm – review

She may be wilfully anxious but Janet Malcolm, as these minor works show, remains a ruthless, dazzling journalistGiven that Janet Malcolm owes her reputation to a series of books that began as... | Guardian – 2013-08-02

Toronto Star Introduces Paywall

The Toronto Star’s “Digital Access” paywall launched Tuesday. It’s “a major transition for the Star,” Publisher John Cruickshank writes in... | Editor & Publisher – 2013-08-13

Take off the paywall blinkers and start thinking about online content

Here's one of the best arguments against paywalls: When a hyperlocal site can have a bigger audience than a century-old newspaper, do you still think it's wrong to 'give away' content for free?. It's... | Guardian – 2013-08-15

Esquire’s Paywall Experiment

Esquire made big news in the world of paid Web content in July, putting one of its magazine features behind a paywall. “The Prophet”—for sale on Esquire.com for $1.99—wasn’t the title’s... | Folio Magazine – 2013-08-29

Press+ Brings Metered Paywall Platform to Video

Publishers across all  | Folio Magazine – 2013-08-29

Nick Robinson dies

Constable & Robinson has announced the death of chairman Nick Robinson. Robinson died last... | The Bookseller – 2013-09-02

Quality vs. Quantity: Selling Ads Behind a Paywall

Premium content that attracts a highly-targeted audience can maintain its value in spite of raw volume. That’s why instituting a paywall—and likely decreasing your online readership, but... | Folio Magazine – 2013-09-06

Ed Miliband does not tolerate 'backstabbing', insist Labour colleagues

Senior Labour figures defend party culture under Miliband and say Damian McBride is a 'relic from the past'Senior Labour figures have insisted there is no more "backstabbing" under Ed Miliband, as... | Guardian – 2013-09-22

How Do You Pretty Up A Publishing Paywall? With Writers' Faces

At what point can you call something a bandwagon? Because it would be real easy to lump Beacon in with the other sites like Byliner, Medium, or even The Magazine, all trying to cultivate "quality... | Fast Company – 2013-09-23

Winning the Paywall Debate

Paywalls have their detractors, but here's one publisher's case in favor. | Folio Magazine – 2013-09-25

A French Entrepreneur Tries Telecommuting From a Desert Island, Robinson Crusoe-Style

Gauthier Toulemonde plans to spend 40 days on an uninhabited Indonesian island, living in a tent and running his Paris publishing business with solar-powered devices | Business Week – 2013-09-27

Lisa Arthur Untangles the Biggest Problem Facing Business Today in "Big Data Marketing"

New book helps businesses overcome big-data chaos to drive richer customer engagement and sustainable top-line growth through data-driven marketing strategies CHICAGO, Oct. 14, 2013 /CNW/ - (from... | CNW – 2013-10-14

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