William Launder is reporting on Gannett's future business plan in in the Wall Street Journal: Gannett Outlines Revitalization Plan
Gannett executives said they would begin charging for local, online news content through a new content management system. Readers will be able to view a limited number of articles before being requested to pay for content. In its print operations, Gannett said single copy prices would increase by 30% to 100%.
The new online fee structure is similar to that adopted by The New York Times.
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