The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette is reducing its print edition to three days from five, according to newsroom sources, the Philadelphia Inquirer and others reported.
A memo given to staff said the print paper would be produced only for Wednesday, Friday and Sunday editions, newsroom sources said, the Inquirer reported. The new schedule will start at the end of September, the Inquirer said.
In June 2018 the paper had announced its decision to become a digital new organization.
Family company Block Communications owns the paper.