Pat Trinia (for the Giants), Rick Carp (for the Rangers), Arthur Staple (for the Isles), among others. I was waiting for them to add New York, I really wonder what this is going to do the sports media landscape and if the NYPost/DailyNews are going to suffer.
I thought New York was the one market they would not touch for awhile due to the resources it needs.
I always enjoy reading Patricia Traina The Athletic NFL Page
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but I can't just bring myself to pay for that site. There is so much else out there.
"For the first time since he was acquired via trade in 2004, Giants quarterback Eli Manning has become a polarizing figure..."
The first time??
2006,2013,post Vikings 2007, and in perpetuity literally everywhere outside the giants fanbase Eli is/was a polarizing figure.
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| I always enjoy reading Patricia Traina The Athletic NFL Page - ( New Window )
'pay to read'. NY Daily News online, my hometown newspaper online, etc. Seems to be the model in the last few months.
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| 'pay to read'. NY Daily News online, my hometown newspaper online, etc. Seems to be the model in the last few months.
Just got a letter from the Record/NorthJersey.com saying the same thing. Web access only available for paid subscribers - so Stapleton goes behind a paywall. Paper's gone to shit anyway - once they got rid of Klapisch the writing was on the wall.
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| In comment 13830275 Emil said:
I always enjoy reading Patricia Traina The Athletic NFL Page - ( New Window )
Haha yep... its like reading a 6th grader amped up on red bull
good luck trying to get people paying for it. The way these people write free content gives me no confidence that what they produce behind a paid access fee is worth it. Nobody's forking over a monthly fee to read Pat Leonard or Vacchiano.
has many other sites doing same.
As an average joe about to launch a website with some paywall features, I applaud this model. While it may be true that you can get similar features for free, I feel that original, unique content should be paid for by subscribers. Let people decide if it is worth it, or not.