Observer: An internet licence fee could aid newspapers

Peter Preston proposes an internet licence fee to aid ailing newspapers and the BBC – both of which face challenges in the multi-platform, free content world.

“Split the licence in two. Lump conventional TV and radio into one package that, until a few years ago, would have been the only package around. Then create a second fee package for cyberspace,” writes Preston.

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