13 April 2012 - 7:46am | posted by | 0 comments

New Media Age introduces paywall

New Media Age introduces paywallNew Media Age introduces paywall

Centaur owned digital publication New Media Age has erected a paywall for all of its content.

To access most of the website’s content, a paid subscription must be taken.

This is the first of Centaurs titles to adopt a paywall, with Marketing Week, Design Week and Creative Review still open online.

An email to potential customers from news editor Charlotte McEleny, seen by The Drum, explained; “So that we can continue to provide the specialist knowledge that nma is loved for, new media age content is now reserved for paid subscribers. We've invested in nma.co.uk and the refreshed content will provide you with the vital news, insight and reviews you need to inform and implement your digital strategy.”

The move follows the decision by the publisher last summer to close its printed editions of New Media Age, Pitch and Design Week.

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