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Media Voices: Wired editor-in-chief Nicholas Thompson on lessons from a year behind a paywall

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'.



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