News and origins of the Information Trust Exchange
- REPORT: From Persona to Payment:
A STATUS REPORT ON THE NEWS ECOSYSTEM, AND A CHALLENGE TO CREATE THE NEXT ONE
(By Bill Densmore, RJI Fellow, August, 2015)
- Media Experts Huddle at O’Hare to Map a Plan for the Future of Digital News
(Tom Grubisich, StreetFightMag.com, May 15, 2015)
- In the new news ecosystem, getting paid requires asking, listening, personalizing, bundling
(Bill Densmore, RJI Blog, (March 10, 2015)
- Can an Exchange Help Solve the Problem of Monetizing Digital News?
(Tom Grubisich, StreetFightMag.com, Jan. 29, 2015)
- WHITE PAPER (2011): “From Paper to Persona: The case for the Information Trust Exchange”
ARTICLE: The Attention Age creates opportunities for publishers
The Attention Age can represent for journalism institutions either slow death or a chance to experiment and thrive without relying on mass-market advertising. It calls on newsmedia organisations to become better “information valets” for their users. In this new age, trust, identity, and information value are core issues, affecting access, convenience, privacy, and personalisation. (INMA Online / Sept. 2, 2012)
RJI’s August, 2011 report, “From Paper to Persona: Sustaining Journalism in the Attention Age,” called for formation of a non-profit collaborative to share technology, users and content, helping news organizations to find new revenues and become better at serving the public.
- VIDEO: Two-minute video introducing the ITE (Aug. 2010)
- EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: Read a short executive summary explaining the need for the Information Trust Exchange.
- Ex-LA Times Editor Broached Idea of Four Newspaper Consortium (Nov. 18, 2007)