Working Papers

One Survey, Two Headlines

The Australian:

Readers not averse to paying for online content

A GLOBAL survey has found that readers could be willing to pay almost as much for some high-quality online newspapers as they do for print versions, particularly in specialist news areas.

The SMH:

Readers reluctant to pay for online news

Rupert Murdoch’s aim to have readers pay for access to newspapers online has been called into question by a global survey that found readers are unlikely to pay for general news they can get elsewhere free.


posted on 12 May 2009 by skirchner in Media

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