PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Beginning subsequent week, there can be a restrict to the free tales you possibly can learn on Philly.com.
Philadelphians have grow to be accustomed to studying Inquirer and Day by day Information tales without spending a dime on their telephones, tablets or computer systems on Philly.com. However beginning September 5, the free journey is over, says Amy Buckman, public relations supervisor for Philadelphia Media Community.
“In case you’re in our native space and also you click on although to greater than ten articles per thirty days, you’re going to be requested to pay to help our journalism.”
Print subscribers can pay 25 or 50 cents every week for digital entry, relying on their subscription degree. They will choose-out of digital if they want.
Digital-solely weekly subscriptions begin at $.ninety nine, going as much as $2.ninety nine after 4 weeks.
An organization assertion says readers are being requested to pay as a result of conventional promoting can not be anticipated to help PMN’s digital and print choices.
Philadelphia Media Community, writer of the Inquirer, Every day Information and Philly.com, is a for-revenue firm owned by the nonprofit Lenfest Institute.