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Newspaper circulations have fallen in recent years thanks to stiff online competition and declining advertising revenues. But that doesn’t mean they’re not important – far from it, in fact. Newspapers are still one of the main ways Americans find and consume news across all demographics and age groups.read more
Magazines in the United States date back to the middle of the 18th century, with the initial publication of Andrew Bradford’s American Magazine and, a few months later, Benjamin Franklin’s General Magazine. While neither of these publications lasted longer than a few...read more
Television is, by far, the most dominant medium in which Americans consume news. And although local TV news is the most popular type of television news across the country, cable news is a close second – outpacing national network news shows in terms of the percentage...read more
The genesis of newspapers in the Golden State dates back to 1846, with the establishment of The Californian in Monterey (its first edition was fully bilingual in English and Spanish, and announced the beginning of the Mexican-American War). Since then California has...read more
There are several dozen daily or weekly newspapers throughout Florida, with the oldest of them founded during the height of the U.S. Civil War. Today several large daily newspapers serve the state from Miami to the Panhandle.Updated October 2019 1. Tampa Bay Times...read more
The first Illinois newspaper, the Illinois Herald, began publishing all the way back in 1815 and by the time of the U.S. Civil War, there were more than 300 newspapers in the state. During the 1870s that number doubled and, by 1880, there were more than 1,000...read more
Maryland plays host to some of the oldest and most well-established newspapers in the country: The Baltimore Sun and Cecil Whig, for example, were both founded during the U.S. Abolitionist Movement (in 1837 and 1841, respectively), making both outlets nearly as old as...read more
Massachusetts is home to the very first printing press ever set up in North America, and the state (then a colony) published its very first newspaper in 1690, entitled “Public Occurrences Both Foreign and Domestick”. It was one of three newspapers in Boston to be the...read more
Daily newspapers in Minnesota date back to the founding of the Minnesota Pioneer, founded in 1849. The state also has a noteworthy history of Swedish-American newspapers dating from the 1850s. Updated November 2019 1. Star Tribune Based in Minneapolis, the Star...read more
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