Tag: newspapershift

by Dan Reimold

The Daily O’Collegian at Oklahoma State University is enjoying marginal success with its metered pay wall a bit more than a year after enacting it. At the start of spring semester 2011, the paper became the first U.S. student media outlet to charge a subset of readers for its content online, requiring a $10 yearly […] more »

by Ryan Frank

When I saw that the media industry’s annual report card had been released late Sunday night, I clicked and scanned through the key findings for newspapers — the industry that has been my daily passion since I fell in love with journalism at my high school paper. I hoped to learn that the wise folks […] more »