The newspaper that gave me my start — with an op-ed about saving the white ibis — the Tallahassee Democrat will begin charging for its online content. Patrick Dorsey & Bob Gabordi, the Publisher and Executive Editor of the only daily newspaper in the state capital, wrote that beginning July 1, they will be offering new “models” for readers to enjoy the paper. For subscribers to the daily paper, nothing changes at Tallahassee.com.
The new plan offers three models:
- Full-media content/electronic delivery (digital and e-edition): For $14.95 per month, you get all of our websites and the e-edition replica version of the Tallahassee Democrat.
- Web content (digital-only model): For $9.95 per month, you can subscribe to Tallahassee.com, NoleSports.com, RattlerNews.com and the full suite of Tallahassee.com affiliated websites.
- Single copy and day passes: Copies of the printed Tallahassee Democrat will continue to be sold in vending machines and through local retail outlets. You can also get a 24-hour pass on our websites for $2 per day.