London - Tabloid The Sun, Britain's best-selling daily newspaper and part of Rupert Murdoch's News Corp., plans to erect a paywall to start charging for its online content later this year. "Later this year, the pay model will be applied to The Sun across every platform," a representative of News Corp.'s U.K. newspaper unit News International said. "We will be offering our valued Sun readers a bigger and better experience than they have ever had before - one that in addition to Fa Premier League clips will offer a full and attractive subscription model across digital and print.
- Georg Szalai
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