Wednesday, January 20, 2010

TimesSelect, v2.0? Sadly, Yes.

Following up on an earlier post ...

We now have confirmation from the source itself:

The New York Times announced Wednesday that it intended to charge frequent readers for access to its Web site, a step being debated across the industry that nearly every major newspaper has so far feared to take.

Starting in early 2011, visitors to will get a certain number of articles free every month before being asked to pay a flat fee for unlimited access. Subscribers to the newspaper’s print edition will receive full access to the site without extra charge.

But executives of The New York Times Company said they could not yet answer fundamental questions about the plan, like how much it would cost or what the limit would be on free reading. They stressed that the amount of free access could change with time, in response to economic conditions and reader demand.

So, you only have a year left to download all the free porn you can from Better get busy!

(h/t: Steve Benen)

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