Nov. 30 (Bloomberg) -- Telegraph Media Group’s Daily Telegraph, Britain most-read broadsheet newspaper, said it hasn’t decided on whether to charge readers to access its content online.
The Financial Times reported earlier today the Telegraph planned to erect a paywall for its news content next year.
“Absolutely no decisions have been made on the introduction of a paid-content model,” the London-based Telegraph said in a statement. Like its peers, the Telegraph “continually evaluates the developments in the digital sector,” it said.
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