Denver Post reduces print copies in outlying areas
DENVER, Colorado ” The Denver Post says outlying parts of Colorado will no longer get the print edition of the newspaper Monday through Saturday.
The newspaper said Thursday only the Sunday edition will be available in print for home delivery and single-copy sales in far western, southern and eastern Colorado and in surrounding states.
Home-delivery customers in those areas will be offered an electronic version Monday through Saturday.
The Post says the reduction involves less than 3 percent its overall circulation. The newspaper’s weekday circulation is 371,728.
The change will be phased in through early July.
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Affected cities include Grand Junction, Durango, Gunnison, Telluride, Alamosa, Walsenburg, Trinidad, La Junta, Lamar and Burlington.
Post Publisher William Dean Singleton is chairman of the board of The Associated Press.