Check out that number:
The top 25 papers accounted for 1,363,212 electronic subscriptions in the six-month period that ended March 31, compared with 973,721 in the same period a year ago. The Wall Street Journal heads the list with 414,025 e-editions, slightly less than the next six papers combined.
The next six combined? Put another way, the WSJ accounts for about 30 percent of the digital editions. Who says you can’t sell newspaper content?