Tag: Paid Content
It is so over for kitten videos – Buzzfeed goes for long form essays
I must admit that not being obsessed with kittens or aliens means that I don't spend as great deal of time on killer viral site Buzzfeed. But I do know people who spend as much time on there as they…
The Times experiences massive loss in readers after introducing paywall
The Times and Sunday Times websites have experienced a huge drop in their readership after parent company News Corporation introduced a paywall, requiring readers to subscribe before accessing the content on the site. As of June 15th, readers were asked…
The Times goes behind a paywall today
Readers of The Times website, the online presence of one the UK's oldest and most well respected papers goes behind a paywall today. Long gone is free-browsing of The Times articles, with access now restricted to those willing to…
Paid content: The current models
Paid content. It's the future, or so Rupert Murdoch thinks, and he might well be right. Content is the lifeblood of the Internet — without it, it'd be little more than a place to chat and buy stuff. Most people…
Guardian paid for iPhone app on its way
Digital director Emily Bell told the blog. "It's still in development, but we are working on an app which I can't give you too much more detail on at the moment, although we are likely to charge."
Only 5% of Britons would pay a subscription to read online news sites
Bizarrely younger, poorer and lower class readers are more likely to pay the subs than older, richer and posher ones.
Turns out kids don't want Spotify – they want to own MP3s
The research undertaken by the University Of Hertfordshire for UK Music asked nearly 2000 14-24 year olds how they wanted their music, and a staggering 78% said they don't want to pay to stream it.