The Race for New Business Models in Journalism

The Race for New Business Models in Journalism
technology
Tracey Samuelson
  • 14 april 2009

With several widely reported newspaper closings, it’s no news that the current business model of journalism is broken.  But its rapid evolution has sparked an interesting discussion about possible solutions. Charlie Rose recently hosted a talk between Arianna Huffington, founder of the Huffington Post and Thomas Curley, president and CEO of the Associated Press. It’s a classic battle between developing old media models and creating brand new ones, with the AP arguing that they need to protect the content that’s so costly to produce and HuffPo arguing that building walls around content is like “sticking a finger in the dike.”

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