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Australian start-up inkl has launched its first-of-a-kind iOS smartphone app offering consumers one platform to unlock multiple newspaper paywalls from reputable publishers around the world.
New research from Australian taxi app and mobile payment provider, ingogo, has revealed the top industries where Australian consumers are using apps to replace...
This is the latest ad from The Guardian and The Observer. And it's big. I mean, really big. Not quite as big as space, but it's definitely big. It goes where no other newspaper has gone before, trademarking two consecutive days on the week.
How often have you read a newspaper lately? I mean a real-life, ink-on-your-fingers newspaper? And, when you did, who much of it, and how intensely did you read it?
At some point, many small businesses feel stuck – stuck behind a larger competitor with resources that far outstrips their own. All is not lost though because, according to Fiona Mackenzie, these businesses are prime candidates to turn to the Internet which offers a level playing field and where a small one-man band can be bigger than Goliath. Start with thinking small, she tells Anthill.
Britain's The Sun newspaper decided to showcase some of its core product's hottest features in a way that impressionable tech-savvy consumers might comprehend. Introducing... the newspaper -- this holiday season's must-have, feature-packed content interface for the person on the go.
Well whaddya know. Two weeks after we wrote about Mahalo founder Jason Calacanis's suggestion that Microsoft and News Corporation should do a search deal that freezes out Google (Murdoch and Calacanis hatch separate plans to shut out Google)... it's been revealed that Microsoft and Murdoch's News Corporation are in talks about just such a deal.
For all the sober analysis and prognostication being offered about the troubles facing the newspaper industry, often the most revealing truths surface through satire....
Frankly, it sounds like newspapers are struggling to understand the opportunities and rules that govern the online world. There is a whole generation that has grown up with the concept of freemium economics. Try to charge them for something they have always had for free and you’ll lose them altogether. They need to remember that their main customers are advertisers.
The solemn burial of The Bulletin earlier this year sent even the most stoic media professional into a long, hard navel gaze. Things used...