November 25, 2009

Economics of news: the case for qualitative journalism on the internet

This weeks “digital view” report focuses on the economic of news-sites. The report studies four Danish news-sites, and finds an average article to make an advertising revenue of $188. Also the report finds the most read articles to be dominated by popular and low-cost content and argues the economic structures of the internet dis-favorizes the production of quality journalism.

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Economics of news: the case for qualitative journalism on the internet

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