The New York Sun Returns With an Eye on Digital Subscriptions

The highest subscription tier is $2,500 annually

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General news publisher The New York Sun announced today that it is making a comeback after closing its print run in 2008. The digital-only title expects subscriptions will make up 80% of its revenue. As such, it’s offering audiences three different subscription tiers.

At the lower end, The Sun Reader membership is $120 annually (or $12 per month) for only written content. The Sun Member is $250 a year (or $25 per month) and includes video and audio products, and Sun Founder subscribers will get exclusives on events and phone briefings for a chunky $2,500 a year.



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