As the news business moves to an aggregated model — Google, Yahoo News, RSS readers — the arms merchants who are building the original reporting have a couple choices.
1. Build the walled garden and keep it to themselves, hoping their value will attract traffic to their ads.
2. Be promiscious and syndicate their stuff anywhere and everywhere.
Here, in the Online Journalism Review, Benz and Phillips urge AP not to charge websites for running AP items, but to "Napsterize" their model.