The Daily Telegraph is the latest newspaper to adopt a metered paywall, requiring readers in the UK to purchase a subscription for unlimited access to the Telegraph’s website. The general interest newspaper, which was the first national British newspaper to go online in 1994, is following in the footsteps of the New York Times and the Washington Post paywall models in...
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The New York Times has finally closed a popular loophole that let readers circumvent its paywall by chopping off the end of a story's website address.
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For further evidence that politics produces strange bedfellows, consider the journalistic anomaly that is Politico, the flourishing political news entity that has not only managed to maintain a fruitful marriage between digital and print, but is also quietly flouting the ever-polarizing paywall argument.
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Marco Arment softened the paywall around his iPad-only magazine because his content was not benefiting from the social-sharing effect that the web enables -- a microcosm of the dilemma that many other publishers are also facing.
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With a few days left in the month, March has seen three high-profile news publications launch or announce new digital paywalls, while the New York Times continues to plug its paywall loopholes.
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NEW YORK (Reuters Blogs) -- It's paywall season right now: the Washington Post, the San Francisco Chronicle, the Telegraph, The Sun -- all have recently announced plans to erect paywalls in an attempt to extract subscription revenues from their most loyal online readers. And other paywalls are being tweaked: The New York Times paywall is getting less porous, while Andrew...
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The New York Times is no longer restricting non-subscribers' access to its video content. The move, which comes as the Times tightens other parts of its paywall, is part of the paper's plans to expand its brand in the video space.
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The New York Times and Starbucks are teaming up to give coffee drinkers a way to leap over the newspaper's digital paywall -- as long as beverages are savored in stores.
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Tue, 26 Feb 2013 17:27:59LOS ANGELES (AP) — Variety, the venerable trade publication that has covered Hollywood for more than a century, is dropping its website paywall and rolling out a new one-day-a-week-only print edition beginning next month. The paywall, put in place th...
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Apple surprised everyone last October when the iPad 4 arrived just seven months after the iPad 3. That begged the question: would the company release the iPad 5 in the device’s typical March/April timeslot? Recently, all signs pointed to “no.” A new report, though, says that Apple is still considering launching new iPads within the next couple of months...
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