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Rolling Stone has digitized its archives—all 43 years worth—and will make them available starting Monday (4/19), the AP reports. The mag's revamped home page will remain mostly free, but you’ll have to pay to go deeper, Andrew Vanacore reports. A one-month pass will cost $3.95 and annual access is $29.99. Online subscribers will automatically get a print subscription, which normally costs $19.95 a year. But print subscribers don't automatically get web access. While Rolling Stone took its lumps last year, along with the rest of the publishing industry, selling nearly 20% fewer ad pages than the year before, it remains profitable, boasting an average paid circulation last year of about 1.5 million, up from 1.3 million in 2000. (4/16a)

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