The digital revolution of the last 20 years has led to a transformation in how print and audiovisual content is both produced and consumed. While this digital revolution has brought considerable benefits, it has also created challenges for traditional content creators and the means by which they are financed.1 In particular, the rise of content aggregators, online search firms, and social media enterprises has severely disrupted the advertising based business models of existing print and broadcast news organisations.Download
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