North America Newspapers

    Wall Street Journal, The, United States

  1211 Avenue of the Americas - New York, NY              
The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) is an English-language international daily newspaper published by Dow Jones & Company, a division of News Corporation, in New York City, with Asian and European editions. As of 2007, It has a worldwide daily circulation of more than 2 million, with approximately 931,000 paying online subscribers. It was the largest-circulation newspaper in the United States until November 2003, when it was surpassed by USA Today. Its main rival is the London-based Financial Times, which also publishes several international editions.
The Journal newspaper primarily covers U.S. and international business and financial news and issues—the paper's name comes from Wall Street, the street in New York City that is the heart of the financial district. It has been printed continuously since being founded July 8, 1889, by Charles Dow, Edward Jones, and Charles Bergstresser. The newspaper has won the Pulitzer Prize thirty-three times[3], including 2007 prizes for backdated stock options and for the adverse impact of China's booming economy.
    Indianapolis Recorder, United States
   - Indianapolis,            
What began as a two-page church bulletin by co-founders George P. Stewart and Will Porter, The Indianapolis Recorder now hails as one of the top African-American publications in the nation. In 1897, the co-founders of the newspaper decided to expand their already successful newssheet into a weekly newspaper. The earliest existing issues of the Recorder date to 1899 — the year Porter sold his share of the newspaper to Stewart.
Realizing the importance of local news, Stewart captured that market, outdistancing his local competitors, the publishers of the Freeman and the Colored World. With its emphasis on local news, the Recorder set itself apart from other Black newspapers. It had an immediate and an enduring impact on the Indianapolis community.
    Las Vegas Review-Journal, United States
   - Las Vegas, NV           
The Las Vegas Review-Journal is Nevada's largest newspaper.
    The Portland Press Herald, United States
   - Portland,            
News, Weather, Sports, Business, Opinion, Blogs and more.
    Pittsburgh Post Gazette, United States
   - Pittsburgh,            
From the bustling commerce of downtown, to the tree-lined parks of our neighborhoods, to the sprawling beauty of our suburbs, nobody covers life in the Pittsburgh region like the Post-Gazette.
For over 200 years, we've been providing the people of Pittsburgh with breaking local news, sports, insightful editorials, national and global coverage, classifieds and countless helpful hints. Today, more people read the Post-Gazette than any other newspaper in Western Pennsylvania.
    Zion-Benton News / Bargaineer, United States
  2719 Elisha Ave. - Zion, IL           
For nearly three quarters of a century, the Zion-Benton News has reported the hometown news for Beach Park, Winthrop Harbor, Zion, Ill. and surrounding areas.
The Bargaineer, a companion paper to the Zion-Benton News, provides 36,000 readers in Beach Park, Gurnee, Wadsworth, Waukegan, Winthrop Harbor, and Zion, Ill. with many local deals and a smattering of general interest news. This free community paper is delivered door-to-door each Tuesday.
    Jewish Community Voice, United States
  1301 Springdale Road Ste 250 - Cherry Hill, NJ           
The award-winning Jewish Community Voice is the newspaper of record for Camden, Burlington, and Gloucester counties in Southern New Jersey. Since its first issue on Sept. 19, 1941, the Voice has featured the best in local, national, and international news coverage. Today, Jewish Federation Publications (JFP) produces the Voice, a biweekly paper; Attitudes, a lifestyle magazine published twice a year; and Connect, an annual guide to the Jewish Federation agencies, synagogues and organizations serving the Jewish community
    Deseret Morning News, United States
  55 North 300 West - Salt Lake City, UT           
Three years after Brigham Young led Mormon pioneers to the Salt Lake Valley in 1847, the first issue of the Deseret News was pulled off a small hand-cranked press. This eight-page newspaper was the first published in what was then called the territory of Deseret.
Although the state of Utah has long-since replaced the old territory, the Deseret News retained its original name. In 2003 the paper switched to morning delivery and today the Deseret News is published daily as Utah's oldest — but most modern — newspaper.
Over the years, the Deseret News has earned hundreds of awards for writing, reporting, design and community service, including the Pulitzer Prize.
    The Recorder & Times, Canada
   - Brockville, CA           
    Chronicle-Journal, Canada
   - Thunder Bay, CA           
    CNI Noticias, Mexico
   - New Mexico,            
    Sermitsiaq
   - Greenland,            
    Tricity News, Canada
   - Coquitlam, CA           
    Yukon News, Canada
  211 Wood Street - Whitehorse - Yukon, CA           
    Público, Mexico
   - Guadalajara,            
    El Diario
   - Mexico, MX           
El 17 de febrero de 1976 se editó el primer ejemplar de El Diario en Ciudad Juárez. Bajo la dirección de Osvaldo Rodríguez Borunda, El Diario se ha convertido en el periódico de mayor circulación en el estado de Chihuahua y el cuarto más importante en México.
En el año XXXI de su existencia, la cadena periodística que tiene su base en Ciudad Juárez, mantiene oficinas y publicaciones en: Chihuahua capital, Nuevo Casas Grandes, Delicias y El Paso, Texas.
    El Diario de Chihuahua, Mexico
   - Chihuahua,            
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