Across the web, smartphones and tablets newspapers have continued the long held tradition of paid content. With over 20% of daily newspapers now charging for access to quality journalism online, the trend continues to rise.
"After years of offering news for free, a growing number of newspapers around the country have launched so-called metered pay walls, which give readers a few free stories online before requiring them to sign up for a digital subscription. About 300 newspapers have adopted such plans, which usually give subscribers some mix of Web, smartphone and tablet computer access."
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