Area papers plan to charge for selected Web content

Holzman, Paula
April 2010
Central Penn Business Journal;4/23/2010, Vol. 26 Issue 17, p17
The article reports on the plan of MediaNews Group Inc. in Pennsylvania to charge readers who are accessing its online content. It states MediaNews wants to generate a large amount of incremental revenue and plans its frequent visitors to pay a small fee of 3 to 5 dollars to access its premium content. It also mentions that MediaNews plans to offer rewards to readers who will pay for online contents.


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