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Apple is considering providing subscribers of News+ audio stories

Apple is considering providing Apple News+ subscribers with an option to listen to audio versions of stories. Some publishers spoke with Digiday and here is what they said:

Over the past several months, Apple has been asking the publishers participating in its year-old premium program for permission to produce audio versions of the stories distributed there, according to sources at four different publishers that have heard the pitch.

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Apple will handle production costs, and compensate publishers in the same way it compensates them for the written content available on Apple News+, two sources said; Apple metes out 50% of subscriber revenue to publishers based on how much time those subscribers spend with publishers’ content in a 30-day period.

Featured in the article from Digiday, publishers said they are not satisfied with the revenue earned from Apple News+. One publisher told Digiday that they generate less than $20,000 per month.

You can read the full article from Digiday here

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