The Daily's 100,000 subscribers are likely far too few to keep it afloat

The Daily's 100,000 subscribers are likely far too few to keep it afloat

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New The Daily’s first quarter saw it rack up over 800,000 downloads. However, in that same quarter, it lost $10 million. That sum, added to the $30 million cost of building the paper to launch, states that The Daily burned through a total of $40 million to exist through birth and...
The Daily's 100,000 subscribers are likely far too few to keep it afloat
                                       

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