Revenue from newspapers on mobile is seen at $1.1B by 2016

10/13/2011 | (U.K.)

Revenue from newspapers on mobile devices could top $1.1 billion by 2016, but print publishers facing stiff competition and pressure to keep subscription prices low might struggle with the transition to mobile, according to a study by Juniper Research. The report also projects significant competition in the form of "neonewspapers," publications assembled electronically from disparate sources by services such as Flipboard.

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