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Logan Herald Journal puts some content behind pay wall

Published September 4, 2012 11:17 am
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The publisher of the Herald Journal in Logan says some of the newspaper's online content is going behind a pay wall.

Publisher Mike Starn says (http://bit.ly/TSbEar) digital subscriptions will be offered starting Tuesday. Print edition subscribers will get free access to the Herald Journal's expanded website if they activate their account online.

Non-subscribers will be able to view some of the news online. They'll get daily access to limited content and seven pages of full content every 30 days.

Stark says the paper wants to protect its work and not let people use it extensively without paying.

The newspaper says it has a daily print readership of more than 53,000, and says its website gets about 9,000 visits each day.




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