UK: Magazines: The Spectator Set to Debut Online Archive Containing More Than 180 Years Worth of Content

Posted on March 15, 2012 by

From The Next Web:

The Spectator is a weekly magazine with a conservative leaning, and it’s one of the oldest continually-published magazines in the English-speaking world, having first gone to print on 6 July, 1828. It is currently owned by David and Frederick Barclay, who also own another prominent conservative title, The Daily Telegraph newspaper


The archive will follow a freemium model, whereby users can browse a specific number of articles for free before being asked to register (and pay) to access more.

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