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  • AP and 28 News Groups To Collect Fees From Aggregators

    01/06/2012 12:45:45 AM PST · by prisoner6 · 11 replies
    http://techzwn.com ^ | 01/05/2012 | Joshua Philipp
    AP and 28 News Groups To Collect Fees From Aggregators The Associated Press and 28 other news organizations have launched a project to collect fees from aggregators who are reposting their content around the Web. The project, knowns as NewsRight, will be a separate business that will license original news from the media companies, and collect royalties from aggregators, according to Poynter. The project was formerly known as the News Registry and News Licensing Group, and has been in the pipeline for several years now.
  • A.P. to Take On Web Aggregators

    04/06/2009 2:34:29 PM PDT · by Nachum · 28 replies · 1,109+ views
    NYTimes ^ | 4/6/09 | RICHARD PÉREZ-PEÑA
    Taking aim at the way news is spread across the Internet, The Associated Press said on Monday that it will demand that Web sites obtain permission to use the work of The A.P. or its member newspapers, and share revenue with the news organizations, and that it will take legal action those that do not.
  • News Agency Dominance in International News on the Internet

    10/23/2008 7:37:57 AM PDT · by sam_paine · 8 replies · 563+ views
    Introduction: ...At the outset of a book chapter describing the 2001 analysis from this project (Paterson, 2005), I asked if media convergence and the migration of news consumers to the Internet democratise information flow - as conventional wisdom suggests - or simply disguise a steady reduction in information diversity. Here I seek to approach the problem more definitively. The hypothesis of reduction of information diversity saw preliminary support from my 1999 and 2001 data, and other academic and industry reports. And so I pose the following hypothesis for testing through longitudinal analysis: In the last five years, international news flow...