The Good News Is More People Are Reading the News, the Hard Part Is Figuring Out How to Pay For It

By: Mathew Ingram | GigaOM

To be a journalist or a member of the media in 2014 — or anyone who cares about the future of either or both of those things — is to be caught between two conflicting emotions: One is enthusiasm about the seemingly endless supply of information and the web’s democratization of distribution, and the other is despair about how traditional media business models are failing to keep up. The latest World Press Trends report on news consumption manages to find support for both of these views.

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