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The Daily News to offer digital-only edition on Saturdays starting this week

The Saturday digital replica, or e-Edition, will have the same look and news as the printed newspaper.
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The Saturday digital replica, or e-Edition, will have the same look and news as the printed newspaper.

Although The Daily News will stop publishing a print edition on Saturdays starting this week, our commitment to providing top-notch, impactful local journalism remains strong.

The print publication change, which we first announced in February, is in response to ongoing shifts toward digital news consumption. We will instead provide our print subscribers with a full digital replica of the newspaper that day, filled with local news, advertising and features.

The new model means subscribers will get newspapers delivered to their homes six days a week, with a digital newspaper available every day.

Here’s a summary of the benefits of the new e-edition:

• Daily News subscribers can now access more than 200 USA TODAY Network publications through their e-editions. Simply go to your e-edition at jdnews.com/eedition and select the Universal icon on the right rail. From there, you can choose publications to read. This access is available through the desktop or e-edition app. As a reminder, the electronic edition of USA TODAY is also available every day as a bonus section.

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