Three Cutting-edge Companies

Christian Science Monitor:  After switching from a daily to weekly print edition in Oct. 2008, the Boston-based centenarian has made strides in online/multimedia storytelling.

GlobalPost:  Supported mostly through online-advertising, international media newcomers GlobalPost also draw revenue from their Passport program, allowing users to pay up to $199 a year for access to correspondents, a voice in the newsroom and more in-depth information.

National Public Radio:  Take it from NPR–listen to your listeners.  Six days after finally heeding the demand for podcasts, NPR’s “Story of the Day” skyrocketed to No. 1 on iTunes’ charts and the growing use of the Internet broadcasts has redefined the organization’s model for selling underwriters and sharing proceeds with nationwide stations.


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