Boucher: readers paying for news 'important'

Boucher: readers paying for news 'important'
Stuff's Sinead Boucher. (Image: Stuff)
Riley Kennedy
Readers paying for their news is a good thing, not just commercially but also for the wider media industry, says Stuff's Sinead Boucher.On Thursday, the media company, which owns newspapers across the country as well as online news website stuff.co.nz, announced a new digital offering.It will introduce three subscription-based websites for The Post (formerly the Dominion Post), The Press in Christchurch and the Waikato Times.Access to its main national news website will remain free, along with its smaller regional titles such as the Timaru...

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