CLEVELAND -- Will the Plain Dealer continue to publish 7 days a week?
Will Cleveland become the country's biggest city without a daily newspaper?
Why is the business model changing?
The new media universe has fewer people reading ink on print and more getting digital information. Advertising is declining.
Rumors abound that the paper may switch to three-day-a-week publication like some of its sister Advance papers in New Orleans, Harrisburg and Syracuse.
Plain Dealer Publisher Terry Egger thus far has not spoken with other media outlets about the looming changes.
WKYC's Senior Political Correspodent Tom Beres and Channel 3 Politcal Analysts Mary Anne Sharkey and Dennis Eckart discuss the paper's future with Egger on this edition of Between the Lines.