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Paywall Not Slowing Milwaukee's JSOnline | NetNewsCheck.com

Paywall Not Slowing Milwaukee's JSOnline | NetNewsCheck.com | RJI links | Scoop.it
In Milwaukee, the market’s online leader, the Journal Sentinel, implemented its metered paywall in January and so far has seen gains in digital subscriptions and digital ad revenue hold steady.
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MediaPost Publications McClatchy Newspapers Plan Paywalls 05/24/2012

MediaPost Publications McClatchy Newspapers Plan Paywalls 05/24/2012 | RJI links | Scoop.it
McClatchy Newspapers Plan Paywalls - 05/24/2012...
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New digitally focused company launches this fall with beefed up online coverage; The Times-Picayune will move this fall to three printed papers a week

New digitally focused company launches this fall with beefed up online coverage; The Times-Picayune will move this fall to three printed papers a week | RJI links | Scoop.it
A new company - the NOLA Media Group, which will include The Times-Picayune and its affiliated web site NOLA.com - was announced today by Ricky Mathews, who will become its president.
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CPG Study: Online Ad Campaigns Using Purchaser Data Nearly Triples ROI | Nielsen Wire

CPG Study: Online Ad Campaigns Using Purchaser Data Nearly Triples ROI | Nielsen Wire | RJI links | Scoop.it
Research from Nielsen Catalina Solutions shows an average sales lift of 22% when consumers are exposed to online advertising that has been precisely delivered based on the products they buy at retail.
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Publishers warm to DoubleRecall's paywall buster

Publishers warm to DoubleRecall's paywall buster | RJI links | Scoop.it
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 is beginning to break.
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2017: What media shifts in the next five years mean for newspapers

2017: What media shifts in the next five years mean for newspapers | RJI links | Scoop.it
By 2017, there will be no printed metro newspapers, no local network TV stations, and few printed magazines. Weekly newspapers and video will be thriving. Tablets will be common and cheap. WiFi and WiMax will be everywhere.
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4 ways publishers are using TinyPass for paid content

4 ways publishers are using TinyPass for paid content | RJI links | Scoop.it
New York-based startup TinyPass offers digital publishers a range of options for paid content. The flexibility of the platform lets publishers test a variety of models to find out what’s best for their audience.
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MediaPost Publications For Stores, Tablets Trump Mobile 05/24/2012

MediaPost Publications For Stores, Tablets Trump Mobile 05/24/2012 | RJI links | Scoop.it
For Stores, Tablets Trump Mobile - 05/24/2012...
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Adap.tv Unveils App Platform To Meld TV, Video Ad Sales - MarketingVOX

Adap.tv Unveils App Platform To Meld TV, Video Ad Sales - Publisher: MarketingVox...
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The Atavist Matures as a Publisher and a Platform

The Atavist Matures as a Publisher and a Platform | RJI links | Scoop.it
The Atavist, which helps produce multimedia storytelling for digital devices, has a content management system that has turned into a business opportunity.
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Researchers developing 'smart' newspaper that responds to touch | Media news | Journalism.co.uk

Researchers developing 'smart' newspaper that responds to touch | Media news | Journalism.co.uk | RJI links | Scoop.it
University of Central Lancashire-led project aims to create 'the world's first internet-enabled newspaper'...
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14 Social Media ROI Metrics You Can Use Right Now! | ClickZ

14 Social Media ROI Metrics You Can Use Right Now! | ClickZ | RJI links | Scoop.it
The new social metrics include social connections like Facebook likes, Facebook engagement rates, social chatter, and Twitter retweet rates.
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Denver Post program delivers ex-subscribers ads but not newspaper - Denver News - The Latest Word

Denver Post program delivers ex-subscribers ads but not newspaper - Denver News - The Latest Word | RJI links | Scoop.it
Even as it planned sweeping copy-editor layoffs, the Denver Post touted a circulation leap, albeit one taking place mainly...
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Alabama Media Group, a new digitally focused company, will launch this fall with expanded online coverage and enhanced three-day-a-week newspapers

Alabama Media Group, a new digitally focused company, will launch this fall with expanded online coverage and enhanced three-day-a-week newspapers | RJI links | Scoop.it
The change is designed to reshape how Alabama's leading media companies deliver award-winning local news, sports and entertainment coverage in an increasingly digital age.
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Infographics: Insights into the Digital Lives of America’s Black Consumers | Nielsen Wire

Nielsen examined the media habits of the digital black consumer in the U.S., a segment with significant buying power which presents key opportunities for marketers—and illustrated their activities across online, mobile, social and TV.
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Publishers intimidated by big data should think about "little data" first

Publishers intimidated by big data should think about "little data" first | RJI links | Scoop.it
Big data is an intimidating concept for publishers who don't collect much info about their customers already. A first step is to think about "data-driven decision making," and little data, says bitly's Hilary Mason.
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Magazines Are Driving Mobile Search Activity :: MinOnline

Magazines Are Driving Mobile Search Activity :: MinOnline | RJI links | Scoop.it
Forget 2D mobile activation programs and mobile apps or sites. Your readers are already using your print magazines as launching pads to mobile activity whether or not you are providing the programs.
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NYT opinion team experiments with Google+ Hangout | Media news | Journalism.co.uk

NYT opinion team experiments with Google+ Hangout | Media news | Journalism.co.uk | RJI links | Scoop.it
The opinion department is one of several teams at the New York Times hosting video conversations and inviting readers to take part...
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4 Questions With Anjali Mullany, Social Media Editor at Fast Company - 10,000 Words

4 Questions With Anjali Mullany, Social Media Editor at Fast Company - 10,000 Words | RJI links | Scoop.it
4 Questions With Anjali Mullany, Social Media Editor at Fast Company...
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From a Facebook Founder, a Social Network for the Office

From a Facebook Founder, a Social Network for the Office | RJI links | Scoop.it
Asana, created by a Facebook co-founder, Dustin Moskovitz, is a shared to-do list for a company looking to make managing tasks at work a little easier.
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iPad looks set to retain pricing edge over Windows 8 tablets

iPad looks set to retain pricing edge over Windows 8 tablets | RJI links | Scoop.it
Microsoft has a lot riding on the first wave of Windows 8 tablets scheduled for release this fall.
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