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Indy Star To Begin Charging For Online Content

Gannett is joining other papers around the country that have begun charging to access content on their websites.

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Beginning next year readers won't be able to access content on the Indy Star website unless they pay a subscription fee.

The Indianapolis Star and other community newspapers owned by Gannett will begin charging for online content by the end of the year. The company expects the move will generate an additional $100 million in earnings beginning in 2013. Gannett owns 80 community newspapers. Aside from the star, it also owns the Louisville Courier-Journal.

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