August 2009
Media Industry Newsletter;8/24/2009, Vol. 62 Issue 33, p2
Market Research Report
The article focuses on a prediction made by Rick Stengel, managing editor of "Time," regarding pay-for-online content in the U.S. He believes that by the end of 2009, paid news content will be the rule. For instance, since 2002, "Financial Times" has been charging for content, amounting to 300 dollars for annual online subscription. However, the author believes that there is uncertainty on whether consumers will be willing to pay for content.


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