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#Podcast: How some publishers are sharing revenue, content and audiences

June 14th, 2013 | No Comments | Posted by in Business, Podcast

As the internet continues to affect how audiences find and read articles, media outlets are having to react and develop new models in order to stay relevant. This week’s podcast looks at the changing relationship between publishers, audiences and content – and how three organisations are taking different approaches.

From newsrooms splitting advertising payments with bloggers to the hosting and reposting of full articles, there is a theme creeping in of publishers sharing content, audiences and revenue in order to succeed.

We hear from:

  • Jeff Jarvis, media commentator and founder, BuzzMachine
  • James Randerson, science and environment news editor, the Guardian
  • Fiona Evans, head of publishing, Glam Media
  • John Pettitt, founder and CEO, Repost.us

You can hear future podcasts by signing up to the Journalism.co.uk iTunes podcast feed.

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How to respond to consultation on website operators clause of draft defamation bill

January 8th, 2013 | No Comments | Posted by in Legal
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An informal consultation on the section of the draft defamation bill that covers “operators of websites” has been launched to gather feedback.

According to The International Forum for Responsible Media Blog, the consultation relates to clause 5 of the bill which intends to “provide a new defence for website operators in circumstances where the claimant can pursue his claim for defamation against the person who posted the statement”.

The consultation, being run by the Ministry of Justice, will close on Thursday 31 January (the deadline has been extended).

Those who wish to respond can do so by emailing defamation@justice.gsi.gov.uk for more information.

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BusinessInsider.com: 27 publishers look at advertising banner alternatives

“27 publishers with a reach of about 109 million unique visitors per month – that’s 66 per cent of the total US internet audience – have agreed to try one of three new online ad formats sometime before July,” reports the Silicon Alley Insider.

This post gives examples of what one of those advertising formats could look like and the full list of publishers. Full post at this link…

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