Content producers are really hoping that the iPad will lead to a new Renaissance for their industry. Right now, money is tight and subscriptions are falling all across print media. Today the Wall Street Journal (via Engadget) has put out an article that contains a few juicy pricing details on iPad magazine pricing.
The Journal plans to charge subscribers $17.99/month for an iPad subscription. For comparison, the physical print version costs $29/month. Sources informed the Journal that the April edition of Esquire will launch without ads on the iPad for $2.99, which is $2 less than the print price. A full iPad issue of Men's Health will cost $4.99, the same as its print counter-part.
No other details are out, but this should give you a rough idea of what to expect when this pad hits stores.
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