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The fatal flaw in subscription models
Paywalls rely on publishers assuming that an individual will only have one or two subscriptions, and therefore that theirs is the only content worth paying for. Yes, on a publisher-by-publisher basis, it is critical that the content they produce is valued and paid for. But on an industry level, it isn’t sustainable.
subscription  webjournalism  paywalls  media  innovation  Medium  Blendle  TheMediaBriefing  2017 
march 2017 by inspiral
Wofür brauchen Kinder Grenzen? - DIE ZEIT - Blendle
Die Welt wird wieder autoritär – das belastet Eltern. Was tun? Heinrich Wefing über die Erziehungsformel des Jahres 2017 via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  blendle  familie 
february 2017 by hansdorsch
Er ist wieder da - DIE ZEIT - Blendle
TITELTHEMA: HATTE MARX DOCH RECHT? Karl Marx sah die Probleme des Kapitalismus vorher, die heute die Rechtspopulisten befeuern. Was wir von ihm lernen können via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  blendle 
february 2017 by hansdorsch
Wie läuft eigentlich... Blendle? Peter Hogenkamp über die schwierige Suche nach einem Preismodell: kress.de
Der Newcomer für den Einzelverkauf von Artikeln ist echt sehr gut gemacht. Das Problem ist nur, dass das nicht wirklich weiterhilft, solange wir in Preisfragen alle so schizophren bleiben. Von Peter Hogenkamp. AN DEN 50 CENT LIEGT ES EBEN GAR NICHT. via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  blendle  monetarisierung 
november 2016 by hansdorsch
Blendle
It’s not always easy to know when we’re in the presence of “genius,” in part because we barely agree on what it means. In Roman times, genius was not something you achieved but rather an animating spirit that adhered itself to people and places. via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  blendle 
october 2016 by hansdorsch
Blendle
An endless bombardment of news and gossip and images has rendered us manic information addicts. It broke me. It might break you, too. I was sitting in a large meditation hall in a converted novitiate in central Massachusetts when I reached into my pocket for my iphone. via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  blendle 
october 2016 by hansdorsch
Unglaubliche Klickraten: Warum der Blendle-Newsletter so erfolgreich ist | t3n
Kaum ein Medien-Startup erhielt in den vergangenen Monaten so viel Aufmerksamkeit wie Blendle. via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  blendle 
october 2016 by hansdorsch
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Supernett! <3 Diesen Button hab ich doch gern geklickt.
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october 2016 by boerge30
Blendle reaches 1 million users, but is it here to stay?
Shelley Hepworth/Columbia Journalism Review, Aug. 12, 2016.
blendle 
august 2016 by markcoddington
Was machen Journalisten, die kuratieren?| Journalist.de
Ob bei Upday, Blendle oder Niuws – hier arbeiten Journalisten, die Inhalte nicht mehr selbst erstellen, sondern sie kuratieren. Vier Fragen, drei Kuratoren, zwölf Antworten.
Journalist.de  Kuratieren  Upday  Niuws  Blendle 
june 2016 by Medienwoche
brandeins.de: Blendle: Prinzip Hoffnung
meldngen über den tod von blendle scheinen mir verfrüht, auch wenn dieser artikel die erwartungen krädtig erdet. zumal die basis des erfolgs von brandeins auch jahrelang das prinzip hoffnung war.
*  blendle  journalismus  verlage 
april 2016 by diplix
Can the web save the press from oblivion? | Media | The Guardian
Bell suggested this had left commercial news organisations with three choices. Rock, hard place and even harder place. One is to “push even more of your journalism straight to an app like Facebook and its Instant Articles, where ad-blocking is not impossible but harder”. A second is to accept that chasing online traffic through such platforms is “not only not helping you, but is actively damaging your journalism, so move to a measurement of engagement rather than scale”. The Guardian’s membership scheme, or more traditional subscription models, would be examples of this. Or three, rely on revenue from ads that don’t look like ads – “native advertising” – which no longer recognise the once sacred and impermeable wall between editorial content and paid-for messaging – and which already fuels the growth of companies like BuzzFeed.

The risk of trying to compete head-on with the ubiquitous social platforms by refusing to feed content looks reckless. But, as Bell observes, collaboration, the current general direction of travel, presents all kinds of different risks: “You lose control over your relationship with your readers and viewers, your revenue, and even the path your stories take to reach their destination.” Having failed or felt powerless to force any of these questions with the tech giants, it seems that last week American newspapers plucked up the courage to draw a belated line in the sand by suing Brave.

That suit also raises another question. Where might news go next? The one option that Bell’s analysis does not countenance in this new world order is the wildly old-fashioned possibility of people paying directly for the things that they like reading. The idea of micro-payments for journalism has been mooted for as long as digital media has existed, and largely rejected as unworkable or unacceptable to the new generation of readers. In response to the emerging mobile landscape, however, a few innovators are exploring whether the concept can be revived. As a journalist, it can be tempting to see them as the cavalry.
journalism  webjournalism  monetisation  disintermediation  Facebook  Google  BravoBrowser  AppleNews  InstantArticles  micropayment  Blendle  Lumi  review  Guardian  2016 
april 2016 by inspiral

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