Pew Research CenterApril 2, 2020

Why The New York Times considers books — like podcasts and TV — ripe for expansion

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Pew Research CenterApril 2, 2020

Young people are twice as likely to pay for news in the U.S., U.K., and Germany (compared to those 55-plus)

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Pew Research CenterMarch 26, 2020

Slate launches a metered paywall to draw more membership revenue from readers, not just listeners

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Pew Research CenterMarch 25, 2020

Scroll and Mozilla’s Firefox team up to bring ad-free news to a wider audience

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Pew Research CenterMarch 24, 2020

“Just catch me up, quick”: How The Wall Street Journal is trying to reach non-news junkies

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Pew Research CenterMarch 12, 2020

“This time is different”: In Seattle, social distancing forces The Stranger to make a coronavirus plea

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Pew Research CenterMarch 9, 2020

The Washington Post wants to join your group chat (and help your not-into-politics friends keep up)

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Pew Research CenterFebruary 25, 2020

“Big tech is watching you. Who’s watching big tech?” The Markup is finally ready for liftoff

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Pew Research CenterFebruary 6, 2020

Readers reign supreme, and other takeaways from The New York Times end-of-year earnings report

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Pew Research CenterFebruary 5, 2020

Protocol — think Politico, but for tech — launches into a crowded space

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