Lunch at the Media

As the saying goes, "There is no free lunch." To which I would add, "But there are free riders."
So, activated by the long post from the WaPo, I am placing below a compilation of prices for service from various media. Most of these are not behind an impenetrable 'pay-wall,' but they do want, and probably deserve, compensation for their work, which is no longer supported as fully by advertisers it was previously. That said, subscribing to all of these would break my budget, so choosing is important and might involve rotation.


Media Subscriptions - in $ per  Year

Source
Digital
Print
Print + Digital
The Atlantic
24.50
24.50
34.50
Washington Post
100


Wikipedia
free/donate, asks $35/year
n.a.
n.a.
New York Times
195


New Yorker
90

120
Politico
free/donate
200

L. A Times
103
n.a.
n.a.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch
99

534
Ral. News & Observer
130

418
Foreign Policy
99

149
The Economist
152
152
190
The Guardian
140

240
Propublica.org
free/donate


Politics NC
50


Lunch at the Media

As the saying goes, "There is no free lunch." To which I would add, "But there are free riders." So, activat...