We use "newspaper subscriptions".
Student or Learner
We all know there are free tabloids being distributed all across the globe every second, but I was wondering what the opposite of these newspapers is. Paid Newspapers? Charged newspapers? Any simple expressions to refer to this group of newspapers that we have to pay to get them?
I don't think the antonym of "free" that you're looking for, exists for this context.
It seems that 'paid' was used as the antonym of 'free' in the following document.
http://www.newspaperinnovation.com/w...hip_vienna.pdf There are 72 'paid's.
Not a teacher.
Try something like "conventional" or "traditional" newspapers.
We assume that newspapers have to be paid for unless they're described as 'free'.