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The Daily Times-Advocate, also called the Escondido Times-Advocate, was a daily newspaper published in Escondido, California. It was founded in 1909 and ceased publication as a separate title in 1995.
The Exeter Times-Advocate is the weekly local newspaper of the town of Exeter, Ontario. It serves the counties of Huron, Middlesex, and Lambton. It was established in 1873.
The Advocate is Louisiana's largest daily newspaper. Based in Baton Rouge, it serves the southern portion of the state, including Baton Rouge, New Orleans and Lafayette. It also publishes weekly entertainment magazines: Red in Baton Rouge and Lafayette, and Beaucoup in New Orleans.
The Times is a UK daily newspaper, the original English-language newspaper titled Times.
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Local Media Group, Inc., formerly Dow Jones Local Media Group and Ottaway Newspapers Inc., owned newspapers, Web sites and niche publications in California, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, Oregon and Pennsylvania. It was headquartered in Campbell Hall, New York, near Middletown, New York, and its flagship was the Times Herald-Record.
The Advocate is a local newspaper of North-West and Western Tasmania, Australia.
The Independent is a British newspaper.
The Times-Picayune is an American newspaper published in New Orleans, Louisiana, since January 25, 1837. The current publication is the result of the 1914 merger of The Picayune with the Times-Democrat; and was printed on a daily basis until October 2012, when it went to a Wednesday/Friday/Sunday schedule. However, under competitive pressure from a new New Orleans edition of The Advocate, the Times-Picayune resumed daily publication in 2014.
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The North County Times was a local newspaper in San Diego's North County. It was headquartered in Escondido. The final publisher was Peter York.
Howard Publications was a family-owned company of 16 newspapers. The company was acquired by Lee Enterprises on February 12, 2002 for $694 million.
The Daily Star may refer to the following newspapers:
The Houma Courier is a newspaper published daily in Houma, Louisiana, United States, covering Terrebonne Parish. It was owned by Halifax Media Group until 2015, when In 2015, Halifax was acquired by New Media Investment Group. It is sometimes simply referred to as The Courier. The paper is published by Lee Bachlet and the paper's Executive Editor is Keith Magill. The paper was founded in 1878 as Le Courrier de Houma by French-born Lafayette Bernard Filhucan Bazet. It first published in four-page, half-French half-English editions.
Wiley Wilson Hilburn, Jr., was a journalist in Ruston, Louisiana, whose communications career began in the middle 1950s when he was a student at Ruston High School and then Louisiana Tech University. In 1968, at the age of thirty, Hilburn returned to Louisiana Tech to chair the Journalism Department and serve as director of the college news bureau. Even while instructing budding journalists for some four decades, he continued to write a popular weekly column carried by Gannett in both the Shreveport Times and the Monroe News-Star. On September 1, 2009, Hilburn retired from the university position after forty-one years.
The Gonzales Weekly Citizen is a weekly newspaper published every Thursday in Gonzales, Louisiana by GateHouse Media.
The media of New Orleans serve a large population in the New Orleans area as well as southeastern Louisiana and coastal Mississippi.