How to free journalism from an advertising dependency

Miami Herald
“Modern computing offers unparalleled capacities to track and calculate,” writes Edward Wasserman. “Imagine a vast menu of news and commentary offered to you ad-free for pennies per item, the charges micro-billed, added up and presented like a utility bill at month’s end. The money that journalism providers got would depend on their audience. Plus, if you uploaded comment or video in response, to the degree it was downloaded by others you’d get credited for it — compensated like any other provider.”

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