Denver Post Puts Up Paywall and Moves Out of Pricey Downtown Digs
‘We’re so over working for free…’
The Denver Post is the latest newspaper to put up a paywall. Effective yesterday, readers must pay $11.99 a month to get online access to more than a handful of stories, reports the Denver Business Journal. The Post has not yet specified the number of stories in its per-month threshold. In the past, The Post only charged a subscription fee for the print version of the paper. Some content will remain free like the site’s marijuana-related sister site, The Cannabist, and its entertainment site, The Know.
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