New Detroit Newspaper Hits Wall

  • November 29, 2009
It's a tough time for newspapers -- old, established brands and streamlined upstarts. A new Detroit-area newspaper says it will stop publishing until after Jan. 1, reports AP. The Detroit Daily Press hit the streets Monday, Nov. 23, and home delivery was planned for next week. But the owners say they have hit, according to their Facebook page, "a bump in the road." The delay into 2010 was blamed on a lack of advertising, sales and distribution -- issues that its rivals, the Detroit Free Press and Detroit News, share.

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