Online charge proposal needs work

Singleton, David
June 2009
PRWeek (London);6/26/2009, p26
Trade Publication
The author comments on the decision of the British Newspaper Licensing Agency (NLA) to charge for online content. He discusses the public relations (PR) industry's opposition to the proposed charge. He addresses the question of why these charges are being imposed on small PR agencies and cuttings services, while Google seems to be exempt from the charging plans. He cites one possible outcome of the NLA's stance.


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