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Charging Theatres To Get Reviewed Is A Bad Idea That Was Probably Bound To Happen

"If readers are no longer paying for criticism by buying newspapers or paywall subscriptions, the Bitter Lemons and Edinburgh initiatives were an attempt to find someone else to pay for the review, namely the recipient of the opinion." So the alternative, writes Mark Shenton, is (for now) to mostly have critics who can afford to […]
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