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Press Patron is getting readers to pay what they want for news — with an average one-time contribution of nearly NZ$50

“People say you don’t value journalism because you’re not paying for the model, but I think the issue was they weren’t offered a model that resonated in the right way.” That’s the premise on which Alex Clark has been building his journalism revenue startup Press Patron. It’s his attempt to bridge the paywalls and subscriptions...
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