The Telegraph: readers are willing to pay for content

October 12, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 

Nic NewmanIf the first version of The Telegraph on iPad was a good rehearsal for its editorial ambitions on tablets, the second version, launched in May, really explores the full possibilities of the device. The second Telegraph’s app proves readers are willing to pay for the content they need said Nic Newman, the Managing Director EMEA, TigerSpike during the WAN-IFRA’s 4th international e-reading and tablet conference in Vienna. Read more

Paid for content? Web-TV? They’ve got it all at Schibsted

September 30, 2010 by · 1 Comment 

Kalle JungkvistKalle Jungkvist, the Senior Advisor at Schibsted, Norway spoke during the INMA/OPA Europe conference about the secrets behind their successful strategic choices. The most popular strategic choices every publisher nowadays faces deal with how to monetize the content on digital media. Schibsted seems to know the answer. Read more

Interbrand, Business Week: Best Global Brands in 2009

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Ogilvy: Facebook for business

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Chris Anderson: Free as a business model

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Styria Medien: future of the newspaper

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CS Monitor replaces daily print edition with its website

October 29, 2008 by · 1 Comment 

Christian Science Monitor: an upgraded website prototypeAnalysis: Is it a model that other struggling newspapers should follow? Why could the Christian Science Monitor succeed on the net if it did not in print? Read more

Newspaper is something you read, the web is something you do

October 17, 2008 by · 1 Comment 

During the fourth session of WAN’s Readership Conference in Amsterdam in October 16-17, 2008, Mario Garcia, President, Garcia Media, USA spoke about how we can attract and retain the attention of people who think fast, absorb fast and demand new information faster than any generation that preceded it. Read more

Where did Norwegian success of VG come from?

October 17, 2008 by · 8 Comments 

Verdens Gang (VG) is, like most other newspapers in the world, in its circulation meltdown. But despite the circulation drop, the profits of VG are on the rise. Read more and its social media experience

October 16, 2008 by · 1 Comment works together with social networks. Setting-up and preparation within the organization is neccessary for such operation. Read about the benefits for the newspaper company and what can be learnt from such an initiative. Read more

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