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The Week Gets A New President; Brandweek Replaces Publisher In Shakeup
May 19, 2009
Newspapers around the world continue in their attempts to solve the problem of charging for Web content, as David Carrtakes his own institution to task: "Throwing up a big content wall would satisfy a visceral need on the part of journalists to have people pay for their work, but it would be a bet-the-company move at a very perilous time for media companies, including, yes, The New York Times." The Financial Times chimed in with its own monetization think piece (worth a self-approximated 10 cents). Meanwhile, the FCC will crack down on bloggers who don't disclose ...
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