I doubt many will pay to read their garbage. Its just a shame that Vogl will go down with the ship. All the rest of the writers are morons tbh. No huge loss for us. =/ In fact this just gives me more reason to avoid the three year olds named Sullivan and Gleason. =/
What I think will be curious to see is how much of their "news-breaking" items or tidbits learned in game-day skates or interviews will pop up not only on the TBN blog page but their individual twitter accounts. Harrington, in particular, was very often repeating Sabres' news he learned about not only on the TBN page but his own twitter page - I wonder if he'll put two-and-two together and limit his twitter postings to support the TBN payment campaign for the blogs.
It's unfortunate, but this is going to be happening a lot more a time goes on across all types of print -- newspapers, books, journals, etc. Printers and publishers have been more concerned with keeping their market cornered than adapting to the digital age, and they've been slowly paying the price because of it. Unfortunately for TBN, they don't have many writers worth reading, so I don't see this move working out in their favor.