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Freedom Communications

paidContent yesterday published this chart (left, click for larger view), which compares how long seven of the top U.S. publishers have spent in bankruptcy, as well as how their basic financial situations differ.

The publishers include MediaNews, Freedom Communications, Sun-Times, Journal Register, Philadelphia Newspapers, Star Tribune and Tribune.

Author

Leah McBride Mensching

Date

2010-10-19 17:40

The Valley Morning Star, a daily newspaper in southern Texas, has announced it begin charging for online content, The Associated Press reported Tuesday.

Revealed on the newspaper's Web site Monday, it was announced that non-subscribers and weekend subscribers will have to pay 75 cents per day to access online content. Full subscribers to the print edition will continue to receive free access to the Web site.

Non-subscribers will also be able to purchase monthly access to the newspaper.

The Star, owned by Freedom Communications, will be the first of the publisher's papers to begin charging for online content. However, the Star's publisher Tyler Patton said it would not be the last.

Author

Leah McBride Mensching

Date

2009-07-14 15:30

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