The End Of The Media Destination
"The death of TimesSelect is an affirmation of the new media reality that says the public will seek out our brands less and less and will detour around the front doors we design for them."
Last week, the New York Times removed its pay-for-content site Times Select. Even though the paid subscription base was reportedly 227,000, the NY Times decided it was not worth the effort. In his Guardian column, Jeff Jarvis looks at the winners like Google and the losers:
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