>> Subscription rates are $4 for a month, $24 for a year, $54 for three years. The latter category breaks down to $1.50 a month. The aim of keeping the price at roughly one-third that of comparable sites is to encourage more traffic, more discussion.
>> The site will have a metered paywall, meaning non-subscribers can read up to 10 articles per month. That includes seamless passage from Twitter, Facebook or any social media platform. New readers always will be more than welcome this way.
Anywhere from $4 to $1.50 a month the read the inane ramblings of a professional angry sports writer when you can read probably a third of his monthly columns (if you hate yourself) for free.