In this week's episode of Media Voices, PressPad founder and BBC journalist Olivia Crellin explains how PressPad aims to diversify the media by removing one of the main financial obstacles to those trying to enter the profession.
In the news round-up, the team discuss a week of huge news around paywalls and take a deep dive into the potential impacts of a Spotify for news.
- Why the "golden age" of newspapers was the exception, not the rule, via Nieman Lab
- Three questions to ask your data when evaluating your paywall, via Digital Context Next
- How to get rich quick in Silicon Valley, via Guardian
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