Thursday, 20 September 2007

Et tu, WSJ?

A story on the front page of Section B of the Wall Street Journal this morning suggests that the Wall Street Journal - the bastion of capitalism - may follow the lead of the New York Times and make its online content freely available. The Journal became the only major U.S. paper charging for online access to most of its content after the New York Times yesterday abandoned its online "Times Select" paid-subscription service.
You can read the story in the WSJ here if you have a paid subscription. Otherwise, you can read about it here, or if you search Google news using the search term "Murdoch's Choice" (in quotes) you can get into the WSJ version free.

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