Christian Science Monitor Makes Paywall Work With Analysis, Not Breaking News

Three years ago, the Christian Science Monitor decided to go “digital-first” and learn to swim in the new media environment. It’s a strategy that’s
Three years ago, the Christian Science Monitor decided to go "digital-first" and learn to swim in the new media environment. It's a strategy that's paid off as the paper abandoned its 5-day-a-week print paper for a weekly magazine (that's now available on the iPad and eReaders) and Web content.What the Monitor didn't do was try to compete with breaking news television or Web aggregators like the Huffington Post. Instead, it stuck to its mission of…...

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