Star Tribune to start charging for online content?
Increasingly, daily newspapers are looking for ways to charge for access to their online content. Now it looks like the Strib is ready to jump on the bandwagon. Or at least that's the natural inference of this paragraph of a story the Strib was spoonfed by its new board of directors:
Gordon Crovitz is credited with building the paid-content model at the Wall Street Journal. "The trick will be figuring out how to replicate that at a metropolitan newspaper," Patelli said. "I know Gordon has some ideas about that."
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