Gannett Co.'s Detroit News
has opened a site on the World Wide Web as five unions representing 2,500 workers continue to strike that paper and Knight-Ridder's Detroit Free Press
. The Internet location offers photos, national and local news, sports and business stories. Detroit Newspapers, the organization that oversees production, distribution and advertising for the two newspapers under a joint operating agreement, said it printed and distributed 700,000 copies of a joint Sunday edition, a figure that union leaders said was inflated.
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