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When the New York Times puts up its paywall later this month, it will be the fifth newspaper among the top 50 by circulation in the U.S. to…

Stack of newspapers
photo: Valerie Everett

When the New York Times puts up its paywall later this month, it will be the fifth newspaper among the top 50 by circulation in the U.S. to charge for online access; a sixth, its sibling Boston Globe, is expected to do so later this year. All six papers are taking varying approaches — including charging different prices and making a different set of content available online for free. Here’s a capsule look at some of the key differences. Click on the thumbnail below to see the full list.

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