It seems awfully redundant to refer to it as "newspaper paper". Is there a word for the kind of low quality large format paper newspapers are printed on?
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It is often referred to as "stock", "pulp" or just plain "newsprint" at different stages of the business, anywhere from the mill to press and newsroom. (I do paginating/layout at a small paper.)