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Micropayment model has become a marketing tool to sell frequent customers on full digital subscriptions.
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Winnipeg Free Press publisher Bob Cox says there is no place where a truly competitive media market exists in Canada.
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Winnipeg Free Press believed to be the first daily in Canada to hire a reporter to focus on marijuana.
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