The Detroit News and the Detroit Free Press both cut back home delivery to three days a week two months ago, but it wasn’t enough: Detroit Media Partnership, which oversees the business side of both papers, said both newspapers are scaling back further.
The company said the layoffs were not due to the reduced home delivery schedule and were instead a result of the weak ad market. Staffers will be notified June 22.
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