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  • Mark Levin Launches Commercial Free, Uncensored Television Show

    02/18/2016 4:20:22 PM PST · by Mr Apple · 35 replies
    BREITBART ^ | Feb 18, 2016 | Stephen K Bannon
    Conservative author and talk radio host Mark Levin will launch a subscription-based online television show, LevinTV, on March 7. According to CRTV, "LevinTV will be America’s new televised Town Hall meeting and is the next step in the evolution of digital conservative media."
  • Google launches ad-free net experiment

    11/22/2014 5:40:20 AM PST · by Dallas59 · 23 replies
    BBC ^ | 11/21/2014 | BBC
    Google has unveiled a project that offers web users the option to pay to visit sites rather than see adverts. Dubbed Contributor, users can pay a monthly fee of between $1 to $3 for ad-free sites. When those who have paid their subscriptions visit a participating site they will see pixelated patterns replacing the adverts. It has so far signed up a handful of websites, including ScienceDaily and Urban Dictionary, to test the system. Others in the current trial include WikiHow, Mashable and Imgur. Access to the service is currently by invitation only and interested websites can sign up to...
  • U.S. magazine sales fall as consumers turn to the Internet for news (Dinosaur Media Deathwatch)

    08/09/2011 10:38:11 AM PDT · by Free Vulcan · 9 replies
    Marketwatch ^ | 8.9.11 | David Wilkerson
    U.S. single-copy magazine sales were down 9.2% during the first six months of 2011, according to the Audit Bureau of Circulation’s latest report, issued Tuesday...
  • Does Rupert Murdoch understand copyright?

    04/07/2010 10:46:54 PM PDT · by bruinbirdman · 7 replies · 561+ views
    The Telegraph ^ | 4/7/2010 | Shane Richmond
    Rupert Murdoch has gone on the offensive to justify his plan to put his newspaper’s websites behind a paywall. He told a National Press Club event at George Washington University: “We are going to stop people like Google or Microsoft or whoever from taking stories for nothing … there is a law of copyright and they recognise it.” In an interview with Martin Kalb for The Kalb Report, Murdoch set out what the search engines would be permitted to do: “We’ll be very happy if they just publish our headline or a sentence or two and that’s followed by a...
  • National Write Your Congressman (Vanity)

    01/29/2010 12:33:53 PM PST · by sjneuf · 7 replies · 608+ views
    January 29, 2010 | sjneuf
    My sister has asked me to share in the cost of subscribing to this organization. Other than the organization's own website, very little information comes up with Google and Yahoo search.
  • Man charged $28,000 for using data card, Slingbox to watch football game

    02/24/2009 5:01:27 AM PST · by MyTwoCopperCoins · 10 replies · 1,124+ views
    Engadget ^ | Feb 24th 2009 at 7:31AM | Engadget
      While waiting for a Caribbean cruise liner to set sail from the Port of Miami last November, a Chicago native with an AT&T wireless card and Slingbox decided to catch the Bears vs. Lions football game on his laptop. The end result? A $28,067.31 bill from for international data charges, despite the ship never leaving the harbor. Apparently the card was picking up a signal it shouldn't have, and while the bill was eventually dropped to $290.65 after a considerable number of calls to customer service, let that be a warning to mobile users traveling on the fringe...
  • Should Free Republic become a paid subscription service?

    06/23/2006 12:27:30 PM PDT · by Berlin_Freeper · 474 replies · 9,059+ views
    Vanity | 6/23/2006 | Berlin_Freeper
    I am not certain what the legal ramifications would be in changing Free Republic from donations to a subscription service. It seems to me the switch may be detrimental to legal issues such as copyrights. If that is true I'd appreciate if someone could briefly explain that to me. However if that is not the case here is my suggestion: I have been wondering about this for some time now and have not seen any discussions about it. So I would like to ask: Is it time for Free Republic to become an online subscription service? Currently, the site is...
  • Free Subscription To Accuracy In Media's "AIM Report"

    04/21/2005 9:51:24 AM PDT · by AIMwrite · 4 replies · 624+ views
    Accuracy In Media is now offering free AIM Reports! For a limited time, Accuracy In Media the nation’s oldest media watchdog is eliminating the basic subscription fee to it’s hard hitting newsletter the AIM Report. No catch and no strings just click the link and fill out the online form to start your free subscription. For over 3O years the AIM Report has exposed the liberal bias of the mainstream media and now you can read the same information thousands of others have been receiving for years. Along with each issue of the AIM Report will be postcards that you...
  • GLobe and Mail charging for On Line Access (my title)

    09/11/2004 1:37:54 PM PDT · by doc30 · 5 replies · 171+ views
    The Globe and Mail ^ | 9/11/04 | me
    Just wanted to warn fellow freepers that it looks like Canada's biggest newspapers now requires a paid subscription to access on line articles. In particular, the editorials, letters and columnists are affected. I guess they were sick of us south of the border reading their socialist nonsense and were tired of us complaining Fox News isn't seen there.
  • Human Events -- Anyone Subscribe to it? (Vanity)

    06/23/2003 2:02:28 PM PDT · by Munch · 14 replies · 173+ views
    I already get a lot of great reading material from townhall.com and frontpagemag.com. Does anybody subscribe to Human Events? Is it worth the subscription price? Would you suggest NRO or any other periodical that may be better? Any thoughts? Thanks so much !
  • Wired Magazine Provides Unabomber With Free Subscription

    05/09/2002 8:08:10 PM PDT · by codebreaker · 10 replies · 308+ views
    The Smoking Gun ^ | May 9, 2002 | Dave Bennahum
    Featured Document of the month! (link)