Boston Globe publisher: 'We don't intend to be cut off from the conversation'

Media Nation/Boston Phoenix/Niemanlab.org/Newsonomics
"We can envision that some full-text Globe stories will be available on the [Globe's] free site," publisher Chris Mayer tells Dan Kennedy. "I suspect we would have put many of the initial priest sex-abuse stories on the free site because that Spotlight Team investigation was viewed as clear public service reporting." || Related posts by Carly Carioli, Megan Garber, and Ken Doctor.

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