On Monday, the Los Angeles Times joins the growing number of newspapers to erect paywalls that charge for full access to their web content. But is it too little too late for the increasingly struggling print media, which has yet to find a viable substitute for revenue losses caused by decreasing advertising and circulation?
Cincinnati TV station plans paywall on its website
November 21, 2013
| Poynter. WCPO will introduce a paywall for much of its website content early next year, NetNewsCheck reports. Over the past year, the ABC affiliate's site has added more than 30...
Capital New York to Relaunch
November 20, 2013
| AdWeek : All News Although Capital will'' maintain a robust free site,'' according to the company, the majority of Capital's content will go behind a paywall accessible only to'' Pro''...