Monday, November 07, 2016

Despite Declining Revenue Kansas City Star Offers Freebie Election Week Digital Access

A benefit for all of the Seniors who don't know how to surf privately . . . Here's Dead Tree Media admitting that nobody wants to pay for political pandering when there's so much of it for free on the Internets: In this historic election week, unlimited digital access to The Star is free


Anonymous said...

I'll stick with USA Today, Reuters and UPI online. They are always free.

Anonymous said...

home delivery now at $400.

people are going to balk.

maybe that's why they're changing their slant, if they truly are. to keep the rich republicans who can afford $400.

the economics of the newspaper business are obviously not good.

Anonymous said...

You get what you pay for. Free is a fair price to pay for the Star.

Anonymous said...

Given it is the Star we should be getting a check.