Digital First Media, the news company that manages The Salt Lake Tribune and 74 other daily papers and their websites across the country, announced Monday that it is implementing a paywall on their news sites. That is, all the websites except for The Tribune's sltrib.com.
The metered payment system will allow readers who don't subscribe to the print edition a set number of free articles a month before requiring payment. Newspaper subscribers will receive access to digital and mobile content. There will be pay increases for print subscribers.
Why is The Tribune and sltrib.com not part of the paywall, dubbed All-Access by Digital First?