The Village Voice, the left-leaning independent weekly New York City newspaper, announced on Tuesday that it will end print publication. The paper’s owner, Peter Barbey, said in a statement that the move was intended to revitalize the 62-year-old Voice by concentrating on other forms and to reach its audience every day rather than once a week. The exact date of the last print newspaper has not yet been finalized, according to a spokeswoman. The Village Voice was founded in 1955 by Dan Wolf, Ed Fancher and Norman Mailer and for decades it sold a weekly version thick with classified ads.