July 4, 2015
RENO, Nev. (AP) - Unlimited access to the Reno Gazette-Journal now requires a home delivery subscription.
The newspaper on Tuesday launched a pay wall, blocking access to
most of its online content to nonsubscribers.
Nonsubscribers will be able to view a limited number of articles in a 30-day period. Access to advertising sites connected to RGJ.com will remain free, as will access to obituaries.
The Nevada Appeal newspaper in Carson City began charging for online access in December. Print subscribers are billed an extra $1.95 a month for full access. A subscriptions for online access only is $6.95 per month.
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