Belgian media planning shared digital content passport

2 Jan

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Belgian Media Planning Shared Digital Content Passport:
Despite a new agreement with Google, Belgian media will launch their own shared user management and payment system, reducing the amount of free content on their sites.

Originally posted on paidContent:

Fresh from apparently wrangling online content fees from Google last month, Belgian newspaper websites will, in 2013, launch an industry-wide platform to take back their readers.

Major Flemish- and French-language newspaper publishers, magazine publishers and three TV broadcasters in the country have teamed to use Media ID, a common platform for user registration and management, reports the national De Morgen.

Created by Flemish government-funded innovation research institute iMinds, which…

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