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Ad-free subscriptions ‘a possible next step’

Ad-free premium subscription models may be the logical next step for news publishers to create new revenue opportunities, The Australian’s editor John Lehmann mused during an...

Google to assist publishers with digital subscriptions

Google has announced the launch of a new tool called Subscribe as part of its company-wide effort to support journalism and grow publishers’ revenue –...

News regionals move to premium subscription model

  Queensland regional readers are set to receive their news a little differently as News Corp Australia announces the beginning of a premium digital subscription...

News launches app-only subscription model

News Corp Australia has introduced a new mobile app-only subscription tier to several metropolitan mastheads to further drive digital subscriptions and mobile consumption. The Daily...

Fairfax makes election content free

Coverage of the US Federal Election will be freely available today on the websites of The Age and The Sydney Morning Herald today. [contextly_sidebar id=”uSNLlesDxqN8wY9KSxlHCxhQ4OCjZ3VG”]...

Freemium first in the Top End

A freemium digital subscription that packages access to regional and metro newspapers has been launched by NT News. It is the first of News Corp...

The Oz grows digital subscribers 12pc

Digital subscriptions to The Australian grew 12 per cent to 79,000 subscribers in the 12 months to the fiscal year ending June 2016. Chief executive...

Fairfax sweetens subscriber deal

Subscriber-only websites and an e-newsletter have been launched as part of an effort by Fairfax Media to entice more readers to pay for content. The...

Star editor: when digital subscriptions don’t work

Toronto Star editor and Future Forum speaker Michael Cooke talks about the paper’s ambitious tablet app that was launched last year after it ditched its...

News Corp regionals go ‘freemium’

News Corp Australia will introduce the freemium digital subscription model to all its daily regional paid titles in October and launch new digital subscription packages....