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This Danish startup evolved into a “newsletter company” because that was what its readers wanted » Nieman Journalism Lab

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“The website and the apps are based on the rhythm and structure of the newsletter now.”... daily briefing... published as an email newsletter, in Føljeton’s app, and on its website...features a mix of original reporting that focuses on a single topic each week ... cultural writing, an editorial, and curated links... (USD $7.55) per month...
When it debuted, the newsletter was an afterthought, which was mostly just used to distribute the site’s primary output — mobile-first card based stories.... one or two screens ... up to 200 words... could be read independently or as part of the larger overall story... We’re building an old-fashioned subscription business, basically.”

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