Los Angeles Times to charge fee for online content

The list of newspaper websites with paid subscriptions is growing, as the Los Angeles Times has announced plans to begin charging readers for online content. As of March 5th, visitors to the Los Angeles Times' website will only be able to view a certain number of stories for free. Once the monthly limit of fifteen articles is reached, they will be asked to buy a digital subscription for $0.99. A number of other publications are implementing such subscription services, including the Chicago Tribune. 

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