Scribd, on the hunt for a bigger trove of journalism, doubles down on magazines – Poynter

This will be very interesting, if Zinio and Scribd figure out how to link world-class journalism to local advertising revenues, too.

Scribd offers publishers a variety of ways to monetize their stories, which appear on the company’s app. The terms include a fixed-fee license for a set of each publisher’s content, or a payment each time an article is read. Previously, the company cut deals with major news organizations including The New York Times, The Washington Post, Wall Street Journal and magazines like Time, Fortune and Bloomberg.

Source: Scribd, on the hunt for a bigger trove of journalism, doubles down on magazines – Poynter

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