Post-Star paywall gets biggerThe Post-Star seems intent on making its reach as small as possible, somehow calculating this will help their bottom line. Despite plummeting quality, such as managing to misspell the name of its own hometown in a baseball box score yesterday, and a rapidly shrinking workforce, the Glens Falls daily has seen fit to nearly triple its newsstand price in the last few years.
On May 1 of this year, the paper announced that it would be imposing a paywall on its website. Users would be limited to 15 free article views per 30 days.
Apparently without warning (I can not verify this due to the restrictions), the paper at some point recently has reduced this to 10 free articles.