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pay·wall

 (pā′wôll′)
n.
A feature of a website that denies access to certain content to users who have not paid to view it.

paywall

(ˈpeɪˌwɑːl)
n
(Communications & Information) a system that prevents the user of website from accessing certain content on the site unless a payment is made
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Even the New York Daily News recently instituted a paywall.
and Europe to start putting some of its news content behind a paywall.
I'm an unabashed nerd and a huge fan, but I won't be watching Star Trek: Discovery, the franchise's latest iteration: By putting the show behind the paywall of their newfangled subscription service, CBS has stolen the soul of Star Trek.
But whether or not to install a paywall wasn't a question Racing Post struggled with--at least not for long.
Campbell Brown, the head of news partnerships at Facebook, said Thursday at the Digital Publishing Innovation Summit in New York plans for a new service of initiating a paywall that would cut off nonsubscribers after they had accessed 10 articles.
According to Yahoo Finance, Facebook is now looking to make money off its platform, reminding publishers of a '10 free articles' per month quota before the paywall agreement kicks in.
In addition to steering readers to a publisher's home page to consider taking out a digital subscription, Facebook plans to erect a paywall which would require readers to become subscribers of the platform after they'd accessed 10 articles.
Ever found an article behind a paywall that you can't afford?
Studies show significant drops in number of visits after the introduction of a paywall, especially among younger readers (Chiou & Tucker, 2013).
The GAA has copped a lot of flak since putting Championship games behind a paywall for the first time in 2014 but, with the latest RTE/ Sky deal concluding at the end of this year's campaign, it is now poised for a five-year run worth around [euro]55m annually.
Using all aspects of available data such as content consumed, behaviour, device, subscriptions and activity you can create segments that can be used to target content or offers, drive advertising, or create a dynamic paywall experience, all in real-time.
flagship last week softened its stance on visitors, now allowing for metered access rather than the hard paywall that's been in place for more than three years.