CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) –
On Wednesday, May 22, The Plain Dealer wrote a letter to readers on their website with new information about changes in delivery.
According to the letter, effective August 5th, The Plain Dealer will begin home delivery of its premium service three times a week, with larger news sections and expanded local coverage: a Wednesday edition with more food and dining coverage, a Friday edition with Northeast Ohio’s most comprehensive blueprint for entertainment, and a Sunday edition filled with more arts, travel, opinion, sports and news.
Each premium edition will also include a free-standing forum section, where readers can share their thoughts and opinions on topics that affect their communities.
A bonus Saturday edition will include an auto section, will provide the latest high school sports coverage and a complete Ohio State football preview.
A full subscription of three premium days of home delivery will include access to the new digital edition seven days a week plus the Saturday home-delivered bonus edition.
The updates to the digital edition, make it the exact replica of the morning’s paper. Readers will reportedly have access to The Plain Dealer anytime, anywhere.
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