Los Angeles Times to Put Up 'Paywall'

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The Los Angeles Times is about to start charging for much of its content online. On Monday, March 5, the Times will begin charging 99 cents per month to allow users to see stories they can now see for free. The new so-called "paywall" follows a tradition of other newspapers and media companies looking for ways to make money in a highly digital realm. Ken Doctor is lead news publisher analyst at Outsell, a research and advisory firm focused on the information, publishing and education industries.