Friday, October 1, 2010

2 Sides of the Globe

DORCHESTER, MA - MAY 4:  The front of The Bost...Image by Getty Images via @daylife
Beginning in the latter half of 2011, The Boston Globe will debut, a subscription-only pay site, while continuing to offer gratis the ad revenue-generating news site,

New England's largest daily newspaper, which is owned by The New York Times Co., will not charge subscribers to the print edition of the newspaper to access, and has yet to announce the subscription rate for digital-only readers.  The digital version will offer all the content of the print edition, along with interactive features, video, and in-depth analysis., which attracts roughly five million visitors monthly, good enough to be the eighth largest newspaper Web site, according to Nielsen NetRatings, will have limited access to the Globe's news stories, but will include breaking news, sports, classified ads, social networking, and restaurant and entertainment information.
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