Wall Street Journal plans micro-payments for WSJ.com

News Corp. and The Wall Street Journal plan to introduce micro-payments for individual articles and premium subscriptions to WSJ.com this fall, according to The Financial Times, which calls the move “a milestone in the news industry’s race to find better online business models.”

WSJ: Nearly 2 million bloggers get paid to blog

The Wall Street Journal says about 1.7 million of the 20 million bloggers get paid for their work, and perhaps even more amazing 452,000 of them say blogging is their primary source of income.

True/Slant launches – a new journalism model?

True/Slant is a new site that launched in Alpha today, “an original content news network tailored to both the “New Journalist” and marketers who want a more effective way to engage with digital audiences.  Contributors, consumers and marketers each have a voice on True/Slant.”

WSJ.com set to relaunch site

WSJ.com is set to relaunch on Tuesday, paidContent.org reports.

WSJ tech journalist to write online only

Kara Swisher, the prominent technology columnist for the Wall Street Journal who co-runs the WSJ’s All Things Digital site, says she’s giving up print for good and expects to only be writing online in the future.