Time Inc., Apple reach deal on iPad subscriptions

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Starting today, subscribers to Sports Illustrated, Time and Fortune magazines will be able to access the iPad editions via the apps and not have to pay an additional fee. Russell Adams reports in the WSJ: "Time Inc.'s People magazine already had such an arrangement, but readers of most publications have had to pay separately for the iPad version regardless of their subscriber status." || From July 2010: Time Inc. frustrated by Apple over iPad subscription issue.

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