New USA Today publisher David Hunke told reporters today that the company will be releasing an “electronic replica” of the printed newspaper that customers can pay to have delivered via e-mail, the AP reports.
The e-edition will hit inboxes August 3.
Love that newspapers are exploring new sources of revenue…but who on earth reads e-editions?
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