Tuesday, October 5, 2010
The TV trade papers Broadcasting & Cable and Multichannel News followed in Variety's footsteps by putting some of their online content behind a paywall, though the content is free for print subscribers. Because I assume that, as with Variety, a good percentage of this blog's readership doesn't subscribe to the print edition, the links to their stories will likely decline here. However, I do still plan to link to free articles and important paywalled articles when no one else is reporting that story. Just wanted to give everyone a heads up on that possible change.