Still tinkering with its business model, The New Yorker
just launched a metered paywall. “The paywall allows non-subscribers to access six free articles -- whether they are print
magazine pieces or online-only stories -- and an unlimited number of videos per month,” Capital New York reports. “Subscribers will have access to unlimited articles as well as The New
's complete archive, dating back to its founding in 1925.
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