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Thursday, December 3, 2009
Fitch: newspapers will experiment with charging for content next year, but won't succeed
Analysts at Fitch expect many newspapers will try to charge for content in 2010, only to realize it was a mistake.Click here for the story. . . .
Giving it all away for free online doesn't make sense either.
Of course they could try a new and innovative experiment and start reporting unbiased news.
Maybe someone other than the DNC will pay for that. I mean, how much should they charge for not covering climategate? Or ACORN? Or Obama's Chicago connections? People will only pay so much for not reading the news.
Just an idea.
1:01 You nailed it on the head. Bang.
Anon 1:01 LMAO Spot on!
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