News For Sale? Online Journalism Fees May Return Executives at major news companies are arriving at the consensus that they will simply have to find a way to charge people who read their articles online. But, as several newspapers have learned, it's not such a simple sell.
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News For Sale? Online Journalism Fees May Return

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News For Sale? Online Journalism Fees May Return

News For Sale? Online Journalism Fees May Return

News For Sale? Online Journalism Fees May Return

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Many news outlets around the country are experimenting with charging fees for online content with mixed results. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Many news outlets around the country are experimenting with charging fees for online content with mixed results.

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