Online revenue models in the media sector: an exploratory study on their success factors and adoption

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Stienstra, Martin R.; Ruel, Hubertus Johannes Maria; Boerrigter, Thomas;

Especially for companies in the media sector such as publishers, the Internet has created new strategic and commercial opportunities. However, many companies in the media sector are struggling with how to adapt their business and revenue model for doing profitable busin... View more
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