Clark Gilbert’s five business model ideas that are changing the news industry

Last week, I wrote about why print-digital integration was the wrong response to digital disruption, and since then, I’ve been looking at Clark Gilbert’s ideas in more depth. I’ve found the video of a presentation he gave at the Harvard University’s Nieman Foundation, and it is well worth an hour and a half of your time. His digital division is growing revenue at 40 percent year-over-year, revenue that he is plowing back into journalism. His ideas challenge conventional wisdom, but he offers hope to embattled news groups that are willing to try a different strategy.

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