Friday, September 25, 2009
Consumers will not pay for news. Period.
Newspapers were able to charge for news because they provided essentially a monopoly service before TV and the Internet. Now, there's so much news from so many sources (many with purely ad-supported business models) that there's always a free option to turn too. Turns out, most news is a commodity.
Posted by Mileage at 4:27 PM