The time has come.
Today we introduced "Bradenton Herald Plus," which basically means to be a regular at Bradenton.com you will need a digital subscription.
Yep, even to read all my silly stuff.
Websites around the country have begun asking readers to pay for access to their online content. That needs to happen here, too, so we will be able to continue providing quality journalism.
Print subscribers will have free digital access until their current subscription renews. Regular digital readers who do not already subscribe will be asked to do so. Introductory pricing starts as low as 99 cents per month.
For information on subscription packages and pricing, go to Bradenton.com/plus and you’ll find everything, including a Q&A about the changes.
For now, let's enjoy some songs.
"Changes," David Bowie
"Digital Love," Daft Punk
"Even Better Than The Real Thing," U2
"Computer World," Kraftwerk
"Livin' In The Future," Bruce Springsteen
"Internet Connection," M.I.A.
"Online," Brad Paisley
"Good News," Muddy Waters
"You Think I Ain't Worth A Dollar, But I Feel Like A Millionaire," Queens Of The Stone Age
"Every Single Dollar," We The Kings
"I'm Bringin' Home Good News," Merle Haggard
"Together in Electric Dreams," Phil Oakey
"Nothing in This World Is Free," U.S. Army Green Berets
"Help!" The Beatles