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September 15, 2009 The New York Timesplans to move all of its Web content behind some sort of pay wall this fall, according to CEO Janet Robinson. The exact form this pay wall takes, however, remains to be determined. According to the New York Post, readers could pay a membership fee similar to the failed Times Select experiment, they could pay as they go, or the paper could only charge for special content. The Times also replaces retiring standards editor Craig Whitney with Phil Corbett, currently a deputy news editor in charge of updating the Style Book and sending newsroom post-mortems....
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