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Paywalls: Newspapers should make themselves more valuable, not more costly

A thoughtful reader has taken issue with my last post, which argued that paywalls are a poor solution to the newspaper industry’s twin troubles of declining circulation and declining revenue.  You can read his defense of paywalls in his well-written … Continue reading

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Content is Culprit

Many observers, inside and outside the industry, blame the paper delivery format for the newspaper industry’s sustained declines in circulation. In earlier posts I’ve tried to suggest that this view is at odds with the tremendous continuing success of print … Continue reading

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