The Chicago Tribune is one of the few newspapers in the country to continue to publish a daily print edition.
The paper started the print edition in 1992.
The Tribune has been printing the print issue since its inception in 1947, when it was first known as the Chicago Evening Bulletin.
Now, the paper is one year into a $1.6 million printing project to build a digital version of the paper.
The newspaper’s print edition has been the most popular digital edition of any American paper.
With the advent of online delivery, there’s no longer a need to ship in paper copies of the newspaper.
But with the advent, of digital delivery, of the new digital edition, there is a need for a copy, according to David K. Pogue, the publisher of the Tribune’s online edition, The Chicago Observer.
Pique said he is working with the Tribune to print copies of his paper, but he declined to say how many copies they have.
The Chicago newspaper is in the process of building a new digital version that will be available to subscribers of the local paper, the Tribune.
“We are in the middle of that process and it’s just getting underway,” said Pogue.
He said that there will be “a lot of new content in the digital edition.”
The paper’s digital edition has had a long history, but it is now at a turning point.
“It’s not a perfect technology, but the digital has really revolutionized a lot of the traditional print publications that are still around,” Pogue said.
“In the digital era, it’s a lot easier for people to find a newspaper.”
The digital version is also a bit different from the paper’s traditional format, which is printed in black and white and used as a sort of standard for the papers and publishers.
“This new format has made it much more accessible and convenient to everybody,” said K.V. Joshi, a senior editor at The Tribune.
The digital edition will feature the Tribune logo in a new way.
The news site said that while the digital version will still be printed in white, the new logo will include a darker shade of gray, making it easier for readers to distinguish between the newspaper and the digital content.
“The paper is going to look much different in the coming months,” Joshi said.
Posing for a photograph, a reporter takes a look at the new, digital edition.
A print edition of the The Chicago Daily News in 2013.
The technology has given the paper a new lease of life.
“I think there’s going to be a lot more print coverage of what’s going on, a lot less digital coverage,” Pique predicted.
He added that the digital editions will be published at the same time as the paper goes digital, which should mean there won’t be any downtime between the two.
“As we get closer to the digital rollout, we’ll be looking at ways to do that to ensure a consistent digital experience for readers and for the entire community,” he said.
But Pogue also said that he expects the digital copy of his Chicago paper to be “the only digital edition we’ll ever print in the paper.”
He said it will be used for free as long as the digital print edition is still in print.
Piques decision about whether to print the paper digital or print it in print was made about five years ago.
The new digital format will have a new look and feel.
“From the beginning, the digital was supposed to look and sound very much like the print version,” said Joshi.
“That was going to make it very easy for people who don’t like paper to access the paper for free.”
The new design will feature an image of the United States in the upper right corner of the page, the Chicago flag, and a caption that reads “Welcome to the World of the Daily News.”
“It will have the same kind of feel and look as the printed paper,” Joshisaid.
“And it will have all the features you need to have in print, but for the most part, with the digital you get a different experience.”