Decision by the editor may be a step toward becoming a digital-only publication.
New survey of 11,000 people reports that paywalls and apps are becoming a normal means of digital access.
Adobe makes hardware, YouTube's paid subscriptions and eBay shares user data...links to start your day with.
While the press debates the merits of paywalls, the once-threatened Berlin-based paper Die Tageszeitung is thriving under a new co-operative model.
The paper reports that its digital subscribers have exceeded its print buyers. Chief Executive, John Ridding, shares his thought on why.
One of the greatest US papers is now a shadow of its former self. More and more critics – including internet guru Clay Shirky – think it needs to change tack.
Print ads still account for 35% of revenue for The New York Times Company, but legacy media can't catch a break as digital revenue growth slows for the fifth consecutive quarter.
The success at two Canadian newspaper websites led to Postmedia Network's nation-wide switch-over.
When it comes to marketing, broadly speaking, the fashion industry is frankly a bit naff, (for my American friends; naff adjective Brit., informal lacking taste or style.)