The Washington Post says it will begin selling digital subscriptions this summer, asking frequent visitors to its website and mobile apps to pay a fee supporting the company’s journalism.
The Post announced plans Monday for a metered subscription model. It will require a paid subscription after the viewing of 20 articles or multimedia features per month. The company hasn’t announced how much it will charge. —Washington Post to begin charging regular website, mobile app. users for digital subscriptions – The Washington Post.
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