Sunday, September 25, 2011

The Baltimore Sun to offer digital subscriptions

The print copy of this paper has went to almost nothing and the web version not much better. Now they want to charge to view it online Good luck Sun.....
The Baltimore Sun to offer digital subscriptions
Letter to Our Readers:
On October 10, we will begin offering digital subscriptions to Purchasing a digital subscription will allow you to view an unlimited amount of our website's articles, blogs, photos and videos. If you do not subscribe, you will have free access to 15 pages each month. If you exceed that limit, you will be asked to become a digital subscriber.

Since its launch in 1996, has established itself as Maryland's No. 1 local news website, drawing more readers than any other local media company. In August 2011, the website was viewed a record number of times, earning 52 million page views from 4.8 million unique users. In 2010, received a total of nearly 500 million page views, clearly demonstrating the website's ability to keep readers coming back regularly to stay informed.

As digital readers, you recognize the website's value, and subscribing preserves your access to our unique, in-depth local news and information. For around 35 cents a day — even less if you also enjoy a print subscription — you can have complete access to the rich content that makes such an important news source.

We will continue to innovate in ways that provide you the news you want, the way you want it.
Timothy E. Ryan
Publisher & CEO
The Baltimore Sun Media Group


At 10:25 AM, jarasan said...

Washington Post's kin. Propaganda on paper. POP goes the newspaper.

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