"I think it’s two or three years away before [mobile news devices] get introduced in a big way, and then it will probably take 10 or 15 years for the public to swing over," Murdoch said, according to an AFP report. He added that consumers will soon "have to pay for [their] favorite newspaper on the Web."
The interview occurred just after The Atlantic reported that top newspaper executives from The New York Times Co., Gannett, EW Scripps, Hearst, the Associated Press, and others met quietly in Chicago to discuss monetizing content.
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