"The focus of Cape Cod Day is to produce fun, informative stories and resources for readers such as local news, things to do with the family, arts and entertainment features, and stories that highlight the people, businesses and natural beauty of the Cape environment."
"This is a paper produced by Cape Codders who call Cape Cod home and want to offer visitors and tourists a glimpse of the Cape through our perspective," said Mark Skala, publisher of GateHouse Media's Cape Cod region. "This new free daily will also be an affordable alternative to advertisers, and to readers who don't want to spend $1 a day for a newspaper."
The paper will be distributed free across Cape Cod at hundreds of locations with an average daily distribution of 25,000 during the summer until Labor Day.
Hopefully, GateHouse officials put more thought into this venture than they did when they started the Joplin Daily as a competitor to the Joplin Globe.