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Detroit News goes on Web

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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.

Copyright July 1995 Crain Communications Inc.

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