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Google News, a publisher’s friend?

The sixty million dollar question amongst publishers is whether Google News is a newspaper’s friend or a rather harmful foe, extracting content for no financial redress. 406 more words

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Media Entrepreneur @Axel Springer Ideas - Berlin, Germany

Axel Springer Ideas is an in-house incubator for startups.

Founder @123 Voilà
– Launched MVP within 2-month period
– Defined product strategy including content and e-commerce logistics (Dawanda and Ezebee) 76 more words

L'allemand Axel Springer capitule face à Google (L'Expansion)

Francfort – Le géant allemand de l’édition Axel Springer a annoncé mercredi avoir cédé à Google dans leur conflit sur la propriété intellectuelle, capitulant devant la toute-puissance du moteur de recherche américain. 20 more words

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German media powerhouse Axel Springer says uncle, allows Google to display news story snippets in search results

Google has been locked in a nasty battle with a group of German publishers for several years, with the troop complaining that the tech company’s web search results were making their online articles available to the public. 207 more words

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German media giant Axel Springer admits defeat, allows Google to index its news stories

The latest skirmish in the long-running battle between Google and the German media establishment — over the search giant’s right to display short excerpts from news stories in Google News — appears to have been won by Google. 409 more words

The New York Times and Axel Springer are wrong about Blendle

With its idea of creating “iTunes for the press,” Blendle rattles the news industry’s cage. In spite of blessings from the New York Times and Axel Springer, the shiny new thing might just be a mirage.   1,169 more words

Digital needs to be at centre of business, says top publisher

This video was produced and this story written for and published at the The Newspaper Works.

Newspaper publishers need to ensure that they are placing the growth of digital revenues at the centre of their business, says Pit Gottschalk, director of content at German publisher Axel Springer. 375 more words