Detroit newspapers will award $5,000 for best idea to increase circulation

Posted on February 24, 2011


The Detroit News and Detroit Free Press is will give $5,000 to an individual or group of non-employees who come up with the best idea on how the newspapers can increase circulation and better serve the community. The Detroit Media Partnership, which owns the two papers, calls the contest IdeaQuest. What’s even better is that staff members of these papers won’t be deciding the winner. Entries are due by March 31 and the public has until April 14 to vote for the best idea.

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