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New York Times Cracks the Subscription Puzzle PLUS More on Quartz's Newsletter-Driven Subscription Strategy

New York Times Cracks the Subscription Puzzle PLUS More on Quartz's Newsletter-Driven Subscription Strategy
The New York Times has been diversifying its paid content product portfolio, including talk about adding its review site Wirecutter to the mix. Poynter covers their puzzle products that now approaching almost a million subscribers on their own.
Journalism.co.uk looks at Quartz’s newsletters, which have been responsible for driving three-quarters of their subscriptions. It’s another data point on why solid newsletters are so important.
US digital group Dotdash buys Meredith magazine group, highlighting the ongoing consolidation in that industry.
PLUS research into the spread of misinformation and also approaches that newspapers can take to limit the spread of conspiracy theories. The founder of CrowdTangle is leaving Facebook, and the LATimes launches a ‘meme team’.

Barry Diller’s Dotdash Agrees to Buy Meredith, a Magazine Giant
Quartz bets on newsletters to drive reader revenue | Media news
Conspiracy theories and the media: Approaches to coverage and how newspapers are 'part of the solution'
The founder of Facebook’s CrowdTangle tool is leaving - The Verge
Samantha Melbourneweaver promoted to assistant managing editor for audience - Los Angeles Times - Or LaTimes Creates the ‘ Meme Team’
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Kevin Anderson - manager, digital products and platforms - @ ideastream (NPR/PBS) with experience on staff and as a leader at BBC, Guardian, and Gannett.

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