Washington Post to put up a pay wall this summer

Starting this summer, the Washington Post will start charging website visitors who click on more than 20 articles or multimedia features a month.Unknown-1 The Post hasn’t set rates yet.

“We’re definitely engaging in research to come to the right price,” says publisher Katharine Weymouth.

A Post news release notes that “visitors who come to The Post through Google, Facebook or other searched or shared links will still be able to access the linked page regardless of the number of articles they have previously viewed.”

* Washington Post to charge frequent web users (washingtonpost.com)