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Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: US title P-G launches members-only site

Following recent reports of possible Guardian plans to launch a paid-for members’ club, an interesting development in the US: the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette has launched PG+, an exclusive area for paying subscribers.

Access to the club will cost $36 for a year or $3.99 a month.

The members-only website will offer interactive features and exclusive content beyond the title’s newspaper and web editions.

It will run alongside the existing website and give ‘behind-the-scenes insights into the news of the day’.

The new site will be hosted by a team of bloggers and allow users to build their own profile pages. Membership will also grant access to specially organised P-G events.

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Editor&Publisher: Different owners but shared content – two US newspapers pool resources

“The Philadelphia Inquirer and Pittsburgh Post-Gazette have been quietly sharing content for nearly two weeks, exchanging daily budgets and trading even the most high-profile stories,” Editor&Publisher reports.

It’s ‘the latest example of the ever-growing trend of newspapers with no common ownership or JOA trading news,’ according to E&P.

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