Llamativa la decisión de The New York Times de suspender su muro de pago por la llegada a la ciudad del huracán Sandy:
New York Times spokesperson Eileen Murphy confirmed by email that the news organization will suspend its paywall starting this afternoon, so that readers can get information about Hurricane Sandy.
With the paywall in place, only digital and/or print subscribers can read beyond 10 articles. The Times suspended its paywall last year when Hurricane Irene threatened New York.
According to its third quarter earnings report released this past week, the Times has about 566,000 digital subscribers to nytimes.com and the International Herald Tribune.