Question: Have you ever paid or paid to read news online?

Deepak Gupta
Deepak Gupta June 25, 2022
Updated 2022/06/25 at 1:01 PM

It has certainly happened to you that you want to read a particular piece of news on a communication channel, but come across the information that this same news is exclusive to subscribers and/or those who pay to access it. Normally, this system applies to exclusive news or those on more relevant topics.

So, in our question this week we want you to tell us if you have already paid or paid to read news online. Participate!

Have you ever paid or paid to read news online?

These days, the traditional paper newspaper also shares its market space with its digital version on online platforms. However, as it is a more dynamic service, many companies choose to block certain news so that they are accessed exclusively who pays to read them.

On the other hand, since the paper newspaper is a paid product, the media also end up blocking some information from the online route that is available to all those who buy the newspapers.

However, a recent study carried out by Reuters Digital News Report, concluded that only 12% of Portuguese people pay to have access to news. In turn, "The survey data indicate that the most subscribed title in digital format by the Portuguese is Expresso (28.8%), followed by Público (22.9%), Correio da Manhã (21.2%) and Jornal de Notícias (17 .8%)".

So, in our question this week, we want you to tell us if you've paid or paid to read news online. You can vote in the poll we left below.

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