5 benefits of having a digital subscription to The Detroit News
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Here are five benefits of having a digital subscription:
Easy-to-use apps for direct access to the news you want
Download The Detroit News app to personalize your news alerts, swipe and scroll through stories faster, and bookmark them to save and read later.
The apps are free to non-subscribers, so try us out with no risk.
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Share your subscription
All Detroit News subscriptions include free digital access for one person with whom you want to share it.
Here's how you can share:
- Log in to your DetroitNews.com account on your phone or desktop internet browser. (Account sharing isn't available in the app.)
- Click on "Manage Account."
- Click the "Share Digital Access" link and fill out the form.
That person will then receive an invitation email and have full access to DetroitNews.com once they set up an account.
Exclusive articles for subscribers
Much of our breaking news content remains available for free, but some of the unique, in-depth and original stories are for subscribers only. These stories primarily include analysis, investigations, opinions and exclusive articles you can't find anywhere else.
Stories only subscribers had access to include:
- Wojo: We’ll never see anyone like Cabrera again, an authentic, artistic original
- Behind Art Van's crumbling empire: Family stripped company of millions, lawsuit claims
- Delay in care, including deaths, blamed on DMC staffing levels; probe requested
- Exclusive: Chris Ilitch talks Tigers, Wings rebuilds; being judged against his father
- Fixing Michigan's roads has become so expensive the state is reassessing plans
Newsletters tailored to your interest
The Detroit News offers several newsletters for topics you want to stay up-to-date on. The Daily Briefing comes in your mailbox at 5 a.m. each day with the top five stories to know about, or sign up for the latest on Metro Detroit's dining scene, or get the latest scores and analysis for your favorite team.
You do not have to be a subscriber to sign up, however, some of the content will be exclusive to subscribers.
Some of our offerings include:
- Daily Briefing: Start your day with the morning's top news
- Detroit News Sports: Lions, Tigers and more. Our sports team keeps you informed about yours.
- Michigan Politics: Washington and Lansing, red and blue, we've got your government covered.
- Detroit Dinner Bell: News and views on Metro Detroit's dining and food scene.
- Nolan Out Loud: Nolan Finley comments on the news and shares his daily reading list.
Find all of our newsletters here. Hit the plus sign next to the newsletters you want to subscribe to, and then scroll to the bottom to save settings.
E-Edition, a digital replica of the print edition
The e-Edition is a digital replica of The Detroit News print edition with additional features available every day to digital and print subscribers. You can save and download articles, access past editions and turn on audio storytelling.