The Detroit Daily Press will appeal to older readers and those who prefer home print delivery, Mark Stern told the AP. The outlet will also have a Web site with summaries of news items, he added.
The Detroit Free Press and The Detroit News, both run by the Detroit Media Partnership, downscaled home delivery to four times a week in March.
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