We’re keen on being the first to figure out a new model for journalism — both in content and in business model. We’re breaking stories and finding new ways to tell them, using the iPad’s native strengths. Already, we’ve created a product that has broken new ground across the spectrum.Mike Nizza, The Daily’s managing editor of news, who was just named one of the 25 publishing leaders under 35 in Editor & Publisher’s “25 under 35.” Congratulations Mike! (via thedailyfeed)
Who do you think will nab the lead role?
Great work, Daily. You rememberd Bill Maher.
Our philosophy is simple - when Apple brings a new subscriber to the app, Apple earns a 30 percent share; when the publisher brings an existing or new subscriber to the app, the publisher keeps 100 percent and Apple earns nothing.Steve Jobs (who’s still on medical leave) • In a statement announcing the new App Store subscription service, which reveals a pretty awesome financial path for publishers of all stripes. Apple will take their 30 percent revenue share if they lead to the subscription; if the publisher does it, they keep 100 percent. One interesting thing to note is the way that the service handles consumer information. Many magazine publishers make money by using consumer information from their subscriber base – a move somewhat at odds with Apple’s App Store model. In a compromise move, Apple will allow consumers to say how much information they want to give out. The overall model is similar to that of The Daily, which launched last month to general praise. source (via • follow)