What's In A Paywall? Three Top Papers Have Different Answers

First of all, the Washington Post is conducting consumer research on whether it should have a digital paywall -- and what to charge for it, writes Washington Business Journal's Michael Neibauer.  The Boston Globe is tightening its flexible paywall, with fewer free stories available, writes Nieman Journalism Lab's Dan Kennedy. And the New York Times is considering raising the price of digital access to both "its mobile app as well as the traditional online platform," writes David Wilkerson.

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