Washington Post looks for reader guidance on a pay wall

02/11/2013 | American City Business Journals

The Washington Post is asking its readers about their willingness to pay for content and on the most appealing format for doing so. The company distributed an e-mail survey asking readers to hypothetically choose between three bundled pay-wall options, including unlimited Web and print access for $24.95 a month, and Sunday-only delivery and unlimited Web access for $7.95 each month.

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