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July 20 2011

04:59

Revenue strategies - Scribd creates a paid news site

New York Times :: Relatively few people are willing to pay for an online newspaper or magazine. But what if they could pay a monthly fee for a vast library of news, like Netflix’s subscription service for movies? Scribd subscribers will be able to read a variety of publications in one place, minus the bother of having to sign up for them one at a time. Scribd, a Web site that lets users share reports, personal stories and recipes, revealed plans on Tuesday to do just that. Subscribers will be able to read a variety of publications in one place, minus the bother of having to sign up for them one at a time. Float, the name of the digital newsstand, is the latest strategy for making money from online news.

Continue to read Verne G. Kopytoff, bits.blogs.nytimes.com

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