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Wendy Boswell

Would you pay to access a news website?

By May 7, 2009

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online newsRupert Murdoch, the owner of many newspapers including Times, the Sunday Times, the Sun and the News of the World, stated today that he plans on charging for access to the online versions of these papers, since the Wall Street Journal has done so with much success. The move to start charging could start within the next twelve months or so; no word yet on how much it will cost, but the WSJ is 1.99 a week.

What do you think of newspapers charging you access to see news online - news that you can probably find for free somewhere else on the Web? For instance, here are just a few resources you can use to find news online:

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