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    Re: Govt will need to help shape U.S. media: Waxman

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    But.............Business News & Financial News - The Wall Street Journal - WSJ.com

    Can't we say the same thing about the Wall Street Journal's page?
    No, actually we can't.... https://order.wsj.com/sub/f2

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    Re: Govt will need to help shape U.S. media: Waxman

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    No, actually we can't.... https://order.wsj.com/sub/f2

    I'm not trying to debate you here. I'm not a reader of the WSJ. But it looks like their website offers some business content, maybe blogs of the WSJ? But maybe NOT their entire publication.

    Newspapers DO charge for subscriptions to their online paper. It looks like the WSJ also does the same thing, only they don't give away the content of their print online and offer both versions like newspapers. Or do they?

    Just trying to get the details here correct.

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    Re: Govt will need to help shape U.S. media: Waxman

    Quote Originally Posted by Ziggae_6 View Post
    I'm not trying to debate you here. I'm not a reader of the WSJ. But it looks like their website offers some business content, maybe blogs of the WSJ? But maybe NOT their entire publication.

    Newspapers DO charge for subscriptions to their online paper. It looks like the WSJ also does the same thing, only they don't give away the content of their print online and offer both versions like newspapers. Or do they?

    Just trying to get the details here correct.
    The WSJ provides part of their paper online free. For most of the paper, you have to pay.

    The NYT tried twice to charge for online subscriptions, and failed each time.

    By the way, the CJ also has free online subscriptions.

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