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Big Media Changes In Detroit

from the Detroit News,

The Detroit Media Partnership that oversees The Detroit News and Detroit Free Press today announced an innovative plan designed to preserve both papers by curtailing home delivery and increasing online offerings.

The plan, which is unique in the newspaper industry among major markets, calls for smaller, redesigned editions most days, but ensures the News will continue to be printed six days a week and the Free Press seven days….

The “e-edition” allows subscribers free access online to print newspapers—including ads—from their computers. Viewers can print pages, search for content, change print size and utilize other features. The partnership consulted IDEO, a global design company, about how best to transform the papers for the digital age.

“Consumers, businesses and the world around us are changing with blinding speed fueled by the Internet and exciting new digital media,” Hunke said.

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According to the Detroit Free Press, the digital edition will cost $12.50 per month.  I am not sure if readers will still have free access to either freep.com or detnews.com.

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