The NY Post has made a quiet, and very interesting, move. The Post has blocked access to its website via… Read more Forcing payment on the iPad
Just as some publishers are moving to a metered and other pay wall systems, many others — really, the vast… Read more The convenience factor
That’s the question now that Barnes and Noble has announced it will sell its lowest price e-reader, the Aluratek, for… Read more How low can you go?
There’s still lots of talk about whether newspapers can make money by charging for content. There’s a debate on LinkedIn,… Read more A new strategy
What are they thinking? Wireless companies are rushing to offer low-cost netbooks tied to expensive data plans and just as… Read more Killing a good idea
On Monday, I noted how the Wall Street Journal and New York Times were the only two media companies that… Read more The digital model
Ruppert Murdoch says the Wall Street Journal will soon start charging for all of its content. Good for them. I… Read more Only two for this dance