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Here’s Why Some People Are Willing to Pay For the News

Here’s Why Some People Are Willing to Pay For the News

But an equally sizable number say they are fine with getting their news for free.
Here’s Why Some People Are Willing to Pay For the News

Here’s Why Some People Are Willing to Pay For the News

But an equally sizable number say they are fine with getting their news for free.
Here’s Why Facebook Is Helping Google and Apple With Instant Articles

Here’s Why Facebook Is Helping Google and Apple With Instant Articles

The social network is effectively admitting Instant Articles wasn't appealing enough to publishers.
Here’s Why Facebook Is Helping Google and Apple With Instant Articles

Here’s Why Facebook Is Helping Google and Apple With Instant Articles

The social network is effectively admitting Instant Articles wasn't appealing enough to publishers.
Facebook Could Be Moving Ahead With a Subscription News Service and Paywall

Facebook Could Be Moving Ahead With a Subscription News Service and Paywall

Users would be asked to subscribe after reading 10 monthly articles.
Facebook Could Be Moving Ahead With a Subscription News Service and Paywall

Facebook Could Be Moving Ahead With a Subscription News Service and Paywall

Users would be asked to subscribe after reading 10 monthly articles.
Facebook Is Testing Its News Subscription Tool, But Only on Android

Facebook Is Testing Its News Subscription Tool, But Only on Android

Facebook and Apple reportedly can't agree on a revenue model for news subscriptions.
Facebook Is Testing Its News Subscription Tool, But Only on Android

Facebook Is Testing Its News Subscription Tool, But Only on Android

Facebook and Apple reportedly can't agree on a revenue model for news subscriptions.
65 out of the top 100 most-cited scientific papers are behind a paywall, with a weighted average cost of $32.33/each

65 out of the top 100 most-cited scientific papers are behind a paywall, with a weighted average cost of $32.33/each

Noting that "the web was built specifically to share research papers amongst scientists," Josh Nicholson and Alberto Pepe report on the dismal state of the web for accessing the most-cited scientific
Free News Gets Scarcer as Paywalls Tighten

Free News Gets Scarcer as Paywalls Tighten

Rob Lever writes at AFP: Washington (AFP) – For those looking for free news online, the search is becoming harder. Tougher restrictions on online content have boosted digital paid subscriptions at
Google Thinks It Can Make Paywalls Less of a Pain in the Ass

Google Thinks It Can Make Paywalls Less of a Pain in the Ass

It’s no secret that for just about everyone but Facebook and Google, online ad revenue is on the decline. That’s forced some of the biggest news publications, including The New York Times and The
How to Access Paywalled Scientific Journal Articles

How to Access Paywalled Scientific Journal Articles

Any time you see splashy headlines about a new study, or some marketer says that “studies show” their diet or product has a certain effect, chances are they’re talking about a paper in a journal that
New bill would finally tear down federal judiciary’s ridiculous paywall

New bill would finally tear down federal judiciary’s ridiculous paywall

A Republican member of Congress wants free public access to judicial records.
Why For-Profit Academic Publishers Are Laughing All the Way to the Bank

Why For-Profit Academic Publishers Are Laughing All the Way to the Bank

If you’re not an academic or scientist, then you probably have no idea how off kilter research scholarship has become. (more…)

MIT Sloan Management Review suspends its paywall for two days

Sara from MIT Sloan Management Review writes, "MIT SMR is unlocked for all visitors on October 2 and 3. For almost 60 years, MIT Sloan Management Review has been dedicated to providing

New Scientist calls for the end of the scholarly publishing industry: "more profitable than oil," "indefensible"

In a stirring unsigned editorial, the New Scientist calls the scholarly publishing industry "indefensible," noting that the business of publishing tax-funded research and then selling it to tax-funded