Starting January 4th, the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel’s online edition, jsonline.com, will begin charging for $2.35/week for access.
With its digital offering, called “JS Everywhere,” the Journal Sentinel will offer access to JSOnline.com, the Journal Sentinel e-edition, its mobile site for smartphones, plus coming iPad and other digital applications for a subscriber’s fee. Readers who subscribe to the print edition of the newspaper will receive free access to all digital products. Web content previously available on the pay site Packer Insider will be included as part of JS Everywhere subscriptions.
Under the JS Everywhere plan, online readers will be able to read as many as 20 articles per month at no charge, but after reaching that threshold, will be prompted to become a print or digital subscriber.
So the MJS believes that they offer the same value as The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and The Financial Times? What have they been smoking and where can I get some?