Hyperniche offers new model for journalism

You could describe it as hyperniche. A news start-up providing in-depth reporting on disability issues, Disability…

C4’s Snow appeals for snow news from citizen journos

Covering the chaos at Heathrow on this evening’s Channel 4 news, Jon Snow has appealed for…

Shott – in the dark

Nicholas Shott’s report into the feasibility of new local television services in the UK envisages ten…

Dale departure sparks debate about future of blogging

The decision by veteran blogger Iain Dale to quit the blogosphere has sparked a debate about…

App in the charts

News International executives have long thought that iPad apps were the key to making their paywall…

Kingston launches comp for entrepreneurial journos

Kingston University is joining the US-led trend of encouraging entrepreneurial journalism through grants and prizes. The…

Poor renewals could sink NI paywall

Detailed analysis of News International’s pay-to-view business suggests that the company’s inability to attract sufficient customers that renew could be…

Readers still love print, survey suggests

New research into how readers like their journalism suggests that traditional media are holding up well,…

NI Paywall figures ahead of internal estimates

Research by Oliver and Ohlbaum Associates suggests that The Times has converted 14% of its online…

Media Street to test hyperlocal model through expansion

In the second in a series of case studies of commercial hyperlocals, NMJ talks to Media…