• Some subscribers of The Salt Lake Tribune will get a free year of basic digital access to The New York Times, the paper announced. The nonprofit Tribune is governed by a board of directors, with Paul Huntsman serving as chairman of the board.


• The Plainview Herald (Texas)is going to a three-day print publication, the paper announced. Starting this week, the print product will be available Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays and will be delivered to subscribers via USPS. Hearst owns the paper.

Flint Group reports that it has secured an extension the maturity dates of its revolving credit and term loan facilities by approximately two years.

Time Out is stopping its print editions in the U.S., The Wrap reports.

The Seaside Signal (Oregon) is moving out of its current office building. Staff will work from home, the weekly said. EO Media Group owns the paper.

Tribune Publishing is shuttering five of its newsrooms, at the New York Daily News; the Capital Gazette in Annapolis, Maryland; the Carroll County Times in Maryland; the Orlando Sentinel in Florida; and The Morning Call in Allentown, Pennsylvania. The papers will go on publishing, the company said. Staff were informed they will be laboring at home until January 2021 at the earliest, the Chicago Tribune reported.