Friday, October 19, 2007

News Corp. may halt WSJ.com fees - The Boston Globe

Dropping the wsj.com fee would save me $99/year and make more articles fully accessible to readers of this blog... 

News Corp. will probably end subscription fees at WSJ.com and will open the MySpace social-networking website to developers in a push to add readers and advertisers, chairman Rupert Murdoch said.

A decision on WSJ.com will be made by year-end, Murdoch said yesterday in an interview at the Web 2.0 conference in San Francisco. MySpace plans to open itself to outside developers in the next two months, the site's chief, Chris DeWolfe, said.

News Corp. may halt WSJ.com fees - The Boston Globe

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