APN's NZME sees future in paywalls, growth in share of digital sales

Wed, 20 May 2015

May 20 (BusinessDesk) - APN News & Media has touted a single newsroom concept for its NZME unit in New Zealand, similar to what Germany's Die Welt uses, saying an "integrated sales proposition" is helping it win market share, including 20 percent of the nation's online revenue market. The media company's strategy to transform its businesses is laid out in an investor day presentation that reiterates what it told shareholders at their annual meeting this month: APN's year-to-date sales are 6 percent ahead of the year earlier including the con...

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