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The Boston Globe might start charging for online content

The Boston Globe might start charging for online content

The Boston Globe might be on the verge of becoming one of a growing number of papers that ask readers to pay for online media. According to the Boston Business Journal, The Boston Globe may announce a plan by the end of the year to charge readers of online content in order to increase revenue.

"The Globe has paid apps out there. In regard to big picture, you're going to be seeing introduction of apps going in this quarter, in fact, in regard to Boston.com. But from a standpoint of evaluating what we plan on doing in regard to paid models, they are, that is under evaluation right now, in fact," said NYT Co. CEO Janet Robinson at a conference on Wednesday.

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Leah McBride Mensching

Date

2010-09-24 15:17

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