6 Reasons Why Newspapers Have Dropped Their Paywalls

The New York Times launched its metered paywall in 2011. Since then, newspapers across the United States have followed the Times’ lead by introducing their own digital subscription programs. Of the 98 U.S. newspapers with circulation higher than 50,000, nearly 80 percent have some sort of paywall, according to an American Press Institute study published earlier this year.

But once those paywalls are up, what causes outlets to pull them back down?

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