Hey everyone… Welcome to a new week of social distancing. So far, I’m pretty comfortable at home, though I’m starting to find that Zoom calls are actua…
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Earlier this week, I wrote about how media companies that are feeling pressure to open their COVID-19 content might still be able to grow their subscri…
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There’s a debate taking place online about whether or not media companies that rely on paywalls should open up content that is related to the public he…
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Happy Friday! Or whatever day today is because it all feels like it’s kind of blurring together. Welcome to all the new subscribers that came in yester…
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Coronavirus is all anyone can think about. I’m in a private business writers Telegram group and someone commented that they feel weird publishing a pos…
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Media companies, in an effort to chase profitability, are looking at a wide variety of tactics. One of them is selling software licenses to other publi…
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When President Trump was being impeached, there were a slew of podcasts that popped up all offering information about the latest happenings in the impe…
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There must be something special about joining The New York Times and then writing a piece titled Why the Success of The New York Times May Be Bad for J…
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Why do people choose to subscribe to specific publications? Is it because of the hard hitting news that they produce or is it something else? This topi…
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When The Information launched, many in mainstream media looked at what the team were doing and scoffed. There was no way a hard paywall could work, the…
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It’s crazy to think about, but it’s already been a month since I announced A Media Operator was going paid. It’s been an exciting experience and the up…
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Plus looking at how we can form habits with our readers
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