Study: No One Would Pay for Twitter
Exactly none of USC's 2010 Digital Future Report’s 1,981 participants said they would consider paying for the popular microblogging site.
USC project director Jeffrey Cole called the finding "extreme" and said it "underscores the difficulty of getting Internet users to pay for anything that they already receive for free."
In other Twitter news, the site will soon begin to show photos and video in the Twitter stream, according to a report from Mashable. The new feature, currently testing on some accounts, will be called "Tweet Media."
— Erin Barker, Digital Content Reporter, Light Reading Cable