Not surprised, are you? Rupert Murdoch says plans are underway to make WSJ.com a free site. “We are studying it and we expect to make that free, and instead of having one million (subscribers), having at least 10 million-15 million in every corner of the earth,” Murdoch said. The idea is that the increased traffic will yield more incremental ad dollars than the $50 million the site is taking in now in user fees. As far as a timeline, Murdoch’s News Corp. is holding a special shareholders meeting on Dec. 13th.
Alright Lost Remote readers, where do you come down on this?