Book Coverage As Premium Content

By posted at 4:00 pm on January 24, 2012 2

The Chicago Tribune is rolling out a new premium books section for $99 a year. The Printers Row offering (named for a Chicago neighborhood) “will feature 24 pages of book reviews, author interviews and Chicago-focused literary news, along with a weekly bonus book of short fiction.” You can either feel validated (special HBO-style “premium” section for readers!) or marginalized (so few people care about this that you have to pay extra if you want it.)

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2 Responses to “Book Coverage As Premium Content”

  1. Bazinga
    at 10:12 am on January 25, 2012

    If the New York Times offered the Book Review, daily reviews, and daily book news as a separate iPad app that was $5 a month, I would consider dropping the full Times app for the new one.

  2. Angel-eyes-Toronto
    at 8:05 pm on January 25, 2012

    Hahahahaha I haven’t had such a good laugh in ages .. oh, they’re serious?

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