Washington Post Offers Free Access for Partners' Digital Subscribers
By Katherine Noyes It's been almost a year since The Washington Post announced that it was planning to introduce a paywall, and though we wouldn't consider its implementation perfect, it has employed some promising tactics along the way, including launching an engaging mobile app and using its own journalists to market the paywall. This week, it made another notable move. Specifically, on Tuesday The Post announced that it will soon pilot a new program whereby partner publications
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