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Salt Lake Tribune to Stop Printing Daily After 149 Years

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By    |   Tuesday, 27 October 2020 05:31 PM

The Salt Lake Tribune is moving from a daily print publication to weekly after the end of this year.

It will not affect the size of the staff and the daily news reporting will continue online at sltrib.com, which will release a redesign "in the coming days," and provide "up-to-the-minute news, analysis, investigative reporting, revealing profiles, powerful photography and a constant flow of unique journalistic offerings."

The weekly will be printed every Sunday with enterprise stories, in-depth coverage of politics, religion, business, sports, arts and culture, and news reports from multiple sources including wire services and The New York Times.

"While we mourn the loss of our daily print edition, we eagerly embrace the opportunity of bringing an exciting new weekly product to our readers' homes," interim editor David Noyce said in a statement from the Tribune. "It will feature the journalism Tribune readers have grown to trust and expect, along with new elements — all packaged in an energized edition."

The move is to protect the paper's longterm viability, Noyce added to readers via email,

"This move and every other one we make, is to ensure that the Tribune is around for generations to come."

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