LAWRENCE, Kan. Feb. 8, 2011 storymarket.com
The Associated Press and Universal Uclick have signed agreements to contribute content to StoryMarket.
A social network solution to developing content relationships
StoryMarket members can follow other users, organizations and topics to customize their own personal feed of content choices, giving users complete control over the content StoryMarket presents to them. Publishers can be as open or restrictive as they like in terms of who can see their content and can set pricing for specific users, organizations, or groups within StoryMarket.
For new media, traditional media and emergent media
StoryMarket is for media companies of all kinds, from freelancers to major news organizations, community newspapers, magazines, syndicators, radio stations, TV stations, bloggers and niche websites — anyone seeking new sources of content and/or new content revenue possibilities.
"We’d love to see first-rate bloggers establish relationships with print publications or magazines or radio stations looking for new sources of content," said Ryan. "StoryMarket gives everyone the opportunity not only to find new sources of content, but to create new revenue selling content they’re already producing on topics they specialize in."
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