1 in 5 US newspapers charges for their online content

More than 20% of North American newspapers are charging for full access to their digital content. The system, called Paywall, allows readers to have limited access to the content. To read more of a specific vehicle, it is necessary to pay.

According to the website News & Tech, there are already more than 290 vehicles that have adopted the system in the USA. According to a study by Pew, the country has about 1,387 newspapers. According to the Mashable, the proportion twice that of 2011.

For Mashable, the system has been successful in several companies. The website cites the example of “The Times”, which already has more than half a million digital subscribers and whose circulation in the newspaper grew 8% in the last quarter. The portal

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