That's according to the Business Insider, which says:
The Detroit Free Press edged out The New York Times in the No. 2 spot, with 105,210 electronic edition readers. Last year, the Freep ranked No. 17 with 15,776.
By comparison, the NYT now ranks No. 3 on the report's list of the top 25 e-reader circulations, with 90,934 downloaded as of April vs. 43,844 a year ago.
In December 2008, notes the Business Insider, Detroit announced it would be scaling back its home-delivered print edition to three days a week, which probably accounts for the massive jump in e-subscriptions.