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Times 'hugely encouraged' by paywall


The Times embarked on what is perhaps the most significant business experiment in Britain this year: it built a so-called paywall around its online content and started charging users to view it. It's important obviously, as newspapers struggle to identify viable business models for themselves as traditional readers decline. The paper's editor, James Harding, gave us his impressions of the paywall's success.

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