NEW YORK — The New York Times will start charging people for unlimited access to its website and mobile services this month, ending the free usage that online readers of the third-largest U.S. newspaper have enjoyed for most of the past 15 years.
A recent survey of 755 U.S. adult Internet users by Pew Internet & American Life Project last fall underscores Doctor’s concerns. The typical user paid an average of $10 per month for online content, with people ages 30 to 49 most likely to do so. Overall, just 18 percent of the respondents had paid for a digital newspaper, magazine or article. One-third had bought digital music or software online.Read More