While many news outlets are still hesitant to charge their users, data compiled by the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism (RISJ) indicates that in some countries paywalls can be a potent tool to tackle declining revenues.
However, the willingness to pay for news differs by region. Whilst people in Nordic countries are highly interested in paid for subscriptions, the United Kingdom has the least penetration of online subscriptions and other forms of pay-to-view models. When asked why, 54 per cent of respondents said that there were enough free sources to get news from.
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