The Washington Post is likely to begin charging digital visitors to access some content, according to media reports. The move would put the paper among a handful of publishing firms, including E.W. Scripps and McClatchy, that are slated to begin charging for online content next year. By the end of 2012, more than 360 U.S. papers will have digital pay walls in place, affecting one-third of all daily newspaper readers, data show.
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