A possible consequence of moves to more tightly regulate social media companies may be they start looking for new investments. And they already have some in scholarly publishing.
The half-forgotten subscription model deserves our praise and renewed attention. In the Digital Age, it has become more popular than ever.
The New York Times is now publishing short e-books, another step down the path to monetizing content directly instead of through the sale of advertising.
Blogs, Twitter, and YouTube feast on traditional media, but they change the agenda for millions in the meantime, as a recent Pew study shows.
The Associated Press tries yet another strategic shift, one that shows they’re late to the game, and playing the wrong game at that.