Wednesday, February 4, 2009

During a visit to the site New York Times will have to pay.

The company that owns the newspaper The New York Times, is considering the possibility of introducing charges for visits to the website of the newspaper. This is the agency Bloomberg.
We consider several versions - the introduction of fees for all materials on this site, or only for part of it. Perhaps readers will have to pay for each page separately. According to the agency, about these plans in the company are intense debate.
Less than two years ago, the newspaper refused to charge for part of the published material on the network to increase revenue from advertising. However, these revenues, including advertising on the Internet, because the crisis began to fall.
In early January 2009 the newspaper due to financial difficulties for the first time placed an ad banner on its front. In 2008, The New York Times reduced the number of pages. The New York Times Co. holds dismissal is going to sell part of the building its headquarters in Manhattan and the share of the baseball club of Boston Red Sox.

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