CLEVELAND (AP) - The Plain Dealer newspaper in Cleveland is cutting back home delivery to three days a week.
Publisher Terry Egger announced Thursday that The Plain Dealer will be delivered on Sunday and two other still unspecified days of the week beginning in late summer. The newspaper, Ohio's largest daily, will still be printed every day and be available for purchase at thousands of outlets in northeast Ohio.
The Plain Dealer Publishing Co. said in a news release that a new digitally focused media company called Northeast Ohio Media Group will be started this summer.
The newspaper has a weekday circulation of about 286,400. It is owned by New York-based Advance Publications Inc.
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