"New research from Experian Hitwise has been used by The Guardian to suggests that 54,000 people a month are accessing content behind the paywall of The Times and Sunday Times.
Times and Sunday Times Online Subscriptions – Yes Or No
We have a stack of part-read newspapers with stickies peeping out of the margins. Tamara is great at finding things I would have missed. I don’t want print newspapers to end.
And somehow I think that if I were to subscribe to a model that I don’t want to be caught up in – namely TASTO – I will be hastening the death of print journalism.
There was also a leaflet for Mature Offers – Special Deals For The Over 50s that I hardly glanced at, and there was an invitation to take out a subscription to the Times and Sunday Times online (TASTO from now on in this article).Read more at www.nomorepencils.com
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