More newspapers introducing paywalls

Not long after the New York Times announced the introduction of paywalls for its content, French newspapers are following suit. French news titles, Le Figaro and L’Express are to introduce pay walls across their sites, according to reports.

National newspaper Le Figaro, is to make its online readers pay for content from next month, while reports suggest weekly news magazine, L’Express, expects to unveil details of its pay model later this year. via French newspapers to introduce paywalls | News | New Media Age.

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  • January 29, 2010 at 8:40 pm

    The fact that Newsday has literally only 35 subscribers does not look good for the concept of paywalls in news publishing. More info: .

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