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Who will pay for real news? Döpfner’s question to Google still unanswered two years later

News quality and a free press shouldn’t be the price paid for internet media

Jason Pontin, MIT Technology Review Editor-in-Chief posted Mathias Döpfner’s Why we fear Google… 776 more words

Quartz Says Traffic is Growing Rapidly, and Ad Revenues Are Too

When Atlantic Media launched Quartz as a standalone business site in 2012, it seemed like an odd experiment. The site didn’t even have a traditional home page, and editors said writers would be divided not into traditional beats but instead into “obsessions.” It didn’t even have a mobile app, and still doesn’t (although it is working on one). 744 more words

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Is Blocking Readers Who Use Ad Blockers The Best Strategy?

There’s a growing trend in online publishing: Namely, media sites blocking users who choose to use ad-blocking software. In the past few days alone, a British publisher and the… 711 more words

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Video News Startup NowThis Raises $16.2M Led By Axel Springer

NowThis just announced that it has raised $16.2 million in Series D funding.

The round was led by German media company Axel Springer — which, in addition to previously investing in… 300 more words

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Axel Springer goes after Apple iOS 9 ad blockers in new legal battle

”German media giant Axel Springer, which operates top European newspapers like Bild and Die Welt, and who recently bought a controlling stake in Business Insider for $343 million, has a history of fighting back against ad-blocking software that threatens its publications’ business models,” Sarah Perez reports for TechCrunch. 385 more words

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Axel Springer Goes After iOS 9 Ad Blockers In New Legal Battle

German media giant Axel Springer, which operates top European newspapers like Bild and Die Welt, and who recently bought a controlling stake in Business Insider for $343 million, 827 more words

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CarTrade-Wale

CarTrade and CarWale have merged together to launch India’s Largest New and Used Car Online platform. Axel Springer, the leading digital publisher in Europe, is selling its majority stake in CarWale to CarTrade, as part of the transaction.  99 more words

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