The New Yorker to bundle print and digital editions for one price

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Nat Ives reports that The New Yorker plans to sell access to the print edition and all digital platforms at a single, bundled price. Speaking at a conference in New York, Editor David Remnick indicated there would likely be one price for a print-only subscription and another for print plus digital. “We’re going to have a situation where if you pay us X dollars, you can have us in any form you like,” he said.

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