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11:32

Explaining FT's and New York Times price hike: accelerated transition to digital

Monday Note :: This week, I was struck by the fact two such leaders made the same move: The New York Times and the Financial Times both announced a whopping 25% newsstand price hike: The NYT moves from $2.00 (€1.57) to $2.50 (€1.96) from Monday to Saturday, with no change for the Sunday edition still priced at $5 (€3.92) in New York, and $6 (€4.72) elsewhere. The FT goes from £2.20 ($3.39 or €2.66) to £2.50 ($3.85 or €3.03) on weekdays, as the weekend edition moves from £2.80 ($4.32 or €3.39 ) to £3 ($4.62 or €3.63). Those numbers are really meaningful. Why?

Frédéric Filloux tries to explain the strategy behind the recent moves of the two big players.

Continue to read Frédéric Filloux, www.mondaynote.com

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