The Dallas Morning News is the first to include both NYT and WaPo supplements

You might have heard: The New York Times announced that it will begin offering its International Weekly supplement to U.S.-based publishers (NetNewsCheck) and The Washington Post launched a tabloid edition for local newspapers across the country to deliver with their Sunday papers (New York Times)

But did you know: The Dallas Morning News on Sunday was the first U.S. publication to offer the New York Times’s International Weekly supplement to its print subscribers. Also on Sunday, the paper included a freshly launched “national weekly print edition” of The Washington Post. Dallas Morning News publisher and CEO Jim Moroney said of the arrangement: “Is it a game-changing revenue stream for us? No, but it can be a material and important one.”

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