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Queensland Times
Some news sites have started charging for online commentsbetter idea: start charging the people who hang out there. Robertson, an entre
Some news sites have started charging for online comments
Queensland Times / Posted 7 days ago
better idea: start charging the people who hang out there. Robertson, an entrepreneur in San Diego best known for founding MP3.com and fighting a long legal battle with the record industry, argues that the prospect of a new revenue stream will... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Some news sites have started charging for online commentsbetter idea: start charging the people who hang out there. Robertson, an entre
Some news sites have started charging for online comments
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 7 days ago
better idea: start charging the people who hang out there. Robertson, an entrepreneur in San Diego best known for founding MP3.com and fighting a long legal battle with the record industry, argues that the prospect of a new revenue stream will... Read more
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News Mail
Some news sites have started charging for online commentsbetter idea: start charging the people who hang out there. Robertson, an entre
Some news sites have started charging for online comments
News Mail / Posted 7 days ago
better idea: start charging the people who hang out there. Robertson, an entrepreneur in San Diego best known for founding MP3.com and fighting a long legal battle with the record industry, argues that the prospect of a new revenue stream will... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Some news sites have started charging for online commentsbetter idea: start charging the people who hang out there. Robertson, an entre
Some news sites have started charging for online comments
Daily Examiner / Posted 7 days ago
better idea: start charging the people who hang out there. Robertson, an entrepreneur in San Diego best known for founding MP3.com and fighting a long legal battle with the record industry, argues that the prospect of a new revenue stream will... Read more
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7d
Northern Star
Some news sites have started charging for online commentsbetter idea: start charging the people who hang out there. Robertson, an entre
Some news sites have started charging for online comments
Northern Star / Posted 7 days ago
better idea: start charging the people who hang out there. Robertson, an entrepreneur in San Diego best known for founding MP3.com and fighting a long legal battle with the record industry, argues that the prospect of a new revenue stream will... Read more
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7d
The Daily Mercury
Some news sites have started charging for online commentsbetter idea: start charging the people who hang out there. Robertson, an entre
Some news sites have started charging for online comments
The Daily Mercury / Posted 7 days ago
better idea: start charging the people who hang out there. Robertson, an entrepreneur in San Diego best known for founding MP3.com and fighting a long legal battle with the record industry, argues that the prospect of a new revenue stream will... Read more
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7d
Toowoomba Chronicle
Some news sites have started charging for online commentsbetter idea: start charging the people who hang out there. Robertson, an entre
Some news sites have started charging for online comments
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 7 days ago
better idea: start charging the people who hang out there. Robertson, an entrepreneur in San Diego best known for founding MP3.com and fighting a long legal battle with the record industry, argues that the prospect of a new revenue stream will... Read more
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7d
The New Zealand Herald
Pay to spray? News sites charging for online commentsbetter idea: start charging the people who hang out there. Robertson, an entre
Pay to spray? News sites charging for online comments
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 7 days ago
better idea: start charging the people who hang out there. Robertson, an entrepreneur in San Diego best known for founding MP3.com and fighting a long legal battle with the record industry, argues that the prospect of a new revenue stream will... Read more
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7d
The New Zealand Herald
Pay to spray? News sites charging for online commentsbetter idea: start charging the people who hang out there. Robertson, an entre
Pay to spray? News sites charging for online comments
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 7 days ago
better idea: start charging the people who hang out there. Robertson, an entrepreneur in San Diego best known for founding MP3.com and fighting a long legal battle with the record industry, argues that the prospect of a new revenue stream will... Read more
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10d
iol.co.za
Will readers pay to comment on articles?better idea: start charging the people who hang out there. Robertson, an entre
Will readers pay to comment on articles?
iol.co.za / Posted 10 days ago
better idea: start charging the people who hang out there. Robertson, an entrepreneur in San Diego best known for founding MP3.com and fighting a long legal battle with the record industry, argues that the prospect of a new revenue stream will... Read more
11d
Orlando Sentinel
Some news sites charge readers to comment on articlesbetter idea: start charging the people who hang out there. Robertson, an entre
Some news sites charge readers to comment on articles
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 11 days ago
better idea: start charging the people who hang out there. Robertson, an entrepreneur in San Diego best known for founding MP3.com and fighting a long legal battle with the record industry, argues that the prospect of a new revenue stream will... Read more
11d
Connecticut Post
How Tribune Papers Plan to Profit Off Reader Commentsreaders who wish to leave comments on articles and columns. San Diego entrepre
How Tribune Papers Plan to Profit Off Reader Comments
Connecticut Post / Posted 11 days ago
readers who wish to leave comments on articles and columns. San Diego entrepreneur Michael Robertson, who once founded MP3.com, is turning his attention to SolidOpinion.com, according to Bloomberg. Robertson reportedly feels that the hope of a... Read more
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11d
Darien News-Review
How Tribune Papers Plan to Profit Off Reader Commentsreaders who wish to leave comments on articles and columns. San Diego entrepre
How Tribune Papers Plan to Profit Off Reader Comments
Darien News-Review / Posted 11 days ago
readers who wish to leave comments on articles and columns. San Diego entrepreneur Michael Robertson, who once founded MP3.com, is turning his attention to SolidOpinion.com, according to Bloomberg. Robertson reportedly feels that the hope of a... Read more
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11d
San Antonio Express-News
How Tribune Papers Plan to Profit Off Reader Commentsreaders who wish to leave comments on articles and columns. San Diego entrepre
How Tribune Papers Plan to Profit Off Reader Comments
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 11 days ago
readers who wish to leave comments on articles and columns. San Diego entrepreneur Michael Robertson, who once founded MP3.com, is turning his attention to SolidOpinion.com, according to Bloomberg. Robertson reportedly feels that the hope of a... Read more
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11d
Stamford Advocate
How Tribune Papers Plan to Profit Off Reader Commentsreaders who wish to leave comments on articles and columns. San Diego entrepre
How Tribune Papers Plan to Profit Off Reader Comments
Stamford Advocate / Posted 11 days ago
readers who wish to leave comments on articles and columns. San Diego entrepreneur Michael Robertson, who once founded MP3.com, is turning his attention to SolidOpinion.com, according to Bloomberg. Robertson reportedly feels that the hope of a... Read more
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11d
The Times & The Sunday Times
Readers must put money where mouths arebetter idea: Start charging the people who hang out there. Robertson, an entre
Readers must put money where mouths are
The Times & The Sunday Times / Posted 11 days ago
better idea: Start charging the people who hang out there. Robertson, an entrepreneur in San Diego best known for founding MP3.com and fighting a long legal battle with the record industry, argues that the prospect of a new revenue stream will... Read more
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19d
San Antonio Express-News
Maker Studios’ Sam Wick Joins UTA’s Digital Media Departmenteditorial, marketing, music, entertainment, video and production departments. I
Maker Studios’ Sam Wick Joins UTA’s Digital Media Department
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 19 days ago
editorial, marketing, music, entertainment, video and production departments. In addition, Wick has held positions at AOL, Mp3.com and Sony. “When I met Sam I was immediately struck by his entrepreneurial spirit and background,” said UTA CEO... Read more
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20d
The Hollywood Reporter
Maker Studios Executive Joins UTA Digital Departmentwhere he oversaw programming, editorial, marketing, music, entertainment, video
Maker Studios Executive Joins UTA Digital Department
The Hollywood Reporter / Posted 20 days ago
where he oversaw programming, editorial, marketing, music, entertainment, video and production. He has also worked at AOL, Mp3.com and Sony. "When I met Sam I was immediately struck by his entrepreneurial spirit and background," said UTA CEO... Read more
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20d
Variety
UTA Hires Maker Studios’ Sam Wick for Digital Media Groupand programming overseeing programming, editorial, marketing and production dep
UTA Hires Maker Studios’ Sam Wick for Digital Media Group
Variety / Posted 20 days ago
and programming overseeing programming, editorial, marketing and production departments. Wick has also worked for AOL, MP3.com and Sony Music. “When I met Sam I was immediately struck by his entrepreneurial spirit and background,” UTA CEO... Read more
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20d
Darien News-Review
Maker Studios’ Sam Wick Joins UTA’s Digital Media Departmenteditorial, marketing, music, entertainment, video and production departments. I
Maker Studios’ Sam Wick Joins UTA’s Digital Media Department
Darien News-Review / Posted 20 days ago
editorial, marketing, music, entertainment, video and production departments. In addition, Wick has held positions at AOL, Mp3.com and Sony. “When I met Sam I was immediately struck by his entrepreneurial spirit and background,” said UTA CEO... Read more
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