Posting of news which requires a login or paid subscription to read stincks!
Please make it obvious which content requires an additional login or needs to be paid for. The Orlando Sentinel, for example, won't let me
Can you prove some source links so we can investigate?
mark hill commented
It is rather obvious that Yahoo is profiting from Subscription News Feeds.
Oftentimes all the topics in my "News" column are willed with feeds that require paid subscriptions.
The obvious answer is that Yahoo is receiving payment from these news feeds for pushing their content, in hopes that I'll sign up for a yearly subscription.
Time to remove the News column from my homepage.Once that's gone, what's stopping me from changing my home page ?
Susan Schwartz commented
If the story if from Financial Times you have to register. Kind of scary that yahoo doesn't know this.
these pay/ log in bogus news articles are infesting yahoo home page...you don't need help finding them
I am sick of clicking on a news posting only to have it blocked because it is soliciting subscriptions. LA Times is a huge contributor to this problem. Please DROP them from your listings until they open up access.
Newspaper web sites that requires a subscription simply take up space. Why list them in local news feeds if you can't read them!
This and several other newspapers are listed as "local" for me and the articles are not available without a subscription.