Free Access to the New York Times Will Soon Be More Limited

newspaper 150x150 Free Access to the New York Times Will Soon Be More LimitedIncreasingly, newspapers are charging for online content and limiting the free access offered to non-subcribers. The Los Angeles Times began charging a few weeks ago, and now The New York Times is doing the same. According to the Washington Business Journal, the New York Times will begin to reduce the access of non-subscribers from the current 20 free articles to 10 free articles next month. This is in hopes that readers will respond to the digital subscription packages the newspaper offers.

The Washington Post, on the other hand, is still offering free online access to its articles and Donald Graham, chief executive, has said that they have no plans to start charging soon.

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About Meaghan Powers

I am currently a Marketing Communications Intern for the Council of Better Business Bureaus in Arlington, VA. I am originally from Massachusetts and currently a student at the George Washington University School of Business. In my spare time, I enjoy exploring all that DC has to offer and finding fun, new baking recipes to make!