Google Sharing Revenue With News Sites?
By: Andy Beal
A Mercury News story has everyone guessing whether Google will start paying the Associated Press...
...for revenue generated from syndicating their news stories.
Link: Mercury News
Recently completed deals, which include arrangements in which media organizations such as the Associated Press will be compensated on a pay-per-click basis, could herald a major shift in the relationship between the old media and new Internet gatekeepers.
``The people who own the content did a lot of work to generate the content,'' Google Chief Executive Eric Schmidt said in an interview with the Mercury News. ``We want them to get the majority of the revenue from advertising.''
There are alot of unanswered questions, but both GB and SEW are trying to track down the details.
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