Paul Andrews

February 17, 2009

A paid-content model for the Web

Filed under: Online journalism/Media,Technology — Paul Andrews @ 8:11 am

LA Times: “On the website, visitors leave story tips and reporters pitch formal proposals, trying to persuade other folks to contribute $5, $100, whatever, to turn ideas into stories. Journalists on the site generally ask for $500 to $1,000. (And individuals can give a maximum of 20%, so no one person can have an undue stake in the story.)”

Worth a stab, for sure…

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