Los Angeles Times Announces Paywall

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In what they're calling a "new membership program," the Los Angeles Times will put up an online paywall beginning March 5, allowing non-subscribers fifteen articles every 30 days. The announcement comes on the heels of a similar one from the nation's largest newspaper publisher Gannett, which follows The Wall Street Journal and the New York Times in charging for journalism online. For Internet readers, USA Today it is.