On this week’s episode of Media Voices, WIRED’s Editor-in-Chief Nicholas Thompson talks about the brand’s positioning as a tech magazine in a digital world, the impact of two huge Facebook features, lessons learned from WIRED’s paywall a year on, and what his dream paywall would look like.

In the news roundup the team discusses TI Media’s sale of NME to a tech platform, Quartz’s low-key paywall launch, and the dangers of churnalism come to light as the Daily Star offends Scotland. Esther doubts whether the last item counts as ‘news’.

See the full transcript here.

 


Sign up for our newsletter! Get the latest episode, plus all the week’s news, links, and what we’re reading in your inbox every week.

* indicates required



, , , , , ,
Similar Posts