So, no surprise, its editor in chief Graydon Carter plans to cash in on that. Within the next several months Vanity Fair digital will have a paywall. Here are the details from Odwyerpr.com.
Vanity Fair writers got our eyeballs because of their well-placed sources. That has been especially the case in the legal sector.
We were brought into the turmoil taking place at Fox News since the beginning of the Roger Ailes scandal. Currently, they keep up up-to-date on what Murdoch father and sons are considering for the fate of Bill O'Reilly.
And, daily, there have been multiple articles about the power struggles within the White House. And, outside, we are enjoying Melania's lawsuits for defamation, which superlawyer Charles Harder is handling.
Will we pony up the money for the paywall to continue access to that top-drawer reporting and writing?
Time will tell. But as long as New York Magazine and BusinessInsider remain free, I will likely try to get by w/o paying for content.
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