Major US Newspapers List: New York Times, CNN, New York Post, USA Today, Wall Street Journal... Largest US newspapers by circulation.
Newspaper also known by the abbreviation of NYT. It is an American daily newspaper, founded and continuously published in New York since September 1851, by The New York Times Company. This newspaper has won 117 Pulitzer Prizes, more than any other news company.
The print version of this newspaper has the second largest circulation, behind The Wall Street Journal, as well as the largest circulation among metropolitan newspapers in the US.
CNN (Cable News Network) is a US pay-TV news channel owned by Warner Bros. CNN was founded in 1980 by media owner Ted Turner as a 24-hour news channel. After its launch in 1980, CNN was the first television channel to provide 24-hour news coverage and was the first exclusively news-oriented in the United States.
It has an international sister network, CNN International that was awarded the "Medal of Freedom" in July 1997.
News aggregator and also an application made by Google. Its content is presented through technical algorithms, but also human editors. It features a continuous flow of articles that are periodically updated and can be customized to the user's taste. This site is also available on Android and iOS.
The New York Post is a US daily newspaper published primarily in the New York area. It is one of the oldest newspapers on the planet and well known in the United States as well as around the world. It was founded in 1801 by Alexander Hamilton. The modern version of the newspaper is currently distributed in tabloid format.
USA Today is a US daily newspaper owned by the Gannett Company. It was founded by Allen Neuharth in September, 1982. The newspaper has the largest circulation across the country (more than two million copies per week), along with two other well-known newspapers: “The Wall Street Journal” and “The New York Times”. Its head office is in Virginia, United States.
The Denver Post is a daily newspaper distributed in Denver, Colorado. The Post was the highest profile newspaper of MediaNews Group Inc., which is now one of the largest news companies in the country. It owns more than 60 daily newspapers distributed in 13 states.
In 2010, the Denver Post was transferred to hedge fund Alden Global Capital. In April 2018, the group "Together for Colorado Springs" prepared to buy the Post saying that Denver needs an owner who helps, understands and supports its team journal.
Anchorage Daily News is a daily newspaper distributed by Binkley Co. which is headquartered in Anchorage, Alaska. It’s the most popular website and newspaper in the state of Alaska.
The newspaper is sold during the week in Alaska for only one dollar and the other editions are sold for two dollars.
The Wall Street Journal is an international daily English-language economics newspaper based in New York, United States. The newspaper is distributed in the standard format six days a week and has won 39 Pulitzer Prizes!
It is the largest newspaper in the United States by circulation and is owned by News Corporation which owns over 100 printed publications worldwide. It also has FOX network and 20th Century Fox.
The Los Angeles Times, also known as the Times or the LA Times, is a daily newspaper in Los Angeles, California. The beginnings of the newspaper date back to December 1881. It was in the past one of the largest newspapers in circulation in the country. He has won the Pulitzer Prize for Public Service six times, most recently in 2011.
The Washington Post, or just Post, is the daily newspaper with the largest circulation in Washington, DC since December 1877, the date of its origin. It adopts the standard format and focuses particularly on national policy. It is distributed to the Districts of Columbia, Maryland and also Virginia.
The newspaper is linked to the Watergate scandal as it contributed heavily to the withdrawal of President Richard Nixon at the time.
The newspaper has won 47 Pulitzer Prizes.
The current owner is the well known owner of Amazon: Jeff Bezos.
The Star Tribune (also known as the Star Trib or the Strib) is the most popular newspaper in the state of Minnesota. It is distributed every day in Minneapolis/Saint Paul area. Its main rival is Pioneer Press of Saint Paul.
Newsday is an American daily newspaper for the entire New York metropolitan area but with more presence in Nassau and Suffolk on Long Island. Its headquarters are in Melville, New York. The newspaper has already won 19 Pulitzer Prizes, being a finalist in many others.
The Philadelphia Inquirer is a daily newspaper published in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
He has been awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Public Service three times: in 1978, 1990 and 2012.
The Arizona Daily Sun is a six-day newspaper in Flagstaff, Arizona. It publishes an entertainment supplement on Thursdays called "Flagstaff Live!". There is also a monthly magazine called Mountain Living Magazine of Northern Arizona. Previously, it belonged to Scripps League Newspapers, which later, in 1996, was acquired by Pulitzer which in turn was also purchased later in 2005 by Lee Enterprises.
Chicago Tribune is the largest newspaper in the city of Chicago, Illinois and is the flagship publication of the Tribune Company.
Previously the newspaper thought they were "the largest newspaper in the world", but currently it is only the eighth largest newspaper in the United States by circulation. Its motto is, "An American newspaper for Americans"
The Boston Globe is the largest circulation daily in Boston, Massachusetts and New England. It is owned by the New York Times Company and the holder of 19 Pulitzer Prizes.
The Seattle Times is the only daily newspaper in the city of Seattle, United States, and the most popular in the state of Washington. It is one of the last newspapers in the country to be controlled by a family, the Blethens, who acquired it in 1896.
The newspaper includes political coverage and local news about New Jersey.
The San Diego Union-Tribune is a daily newspaper distributed in San Diego, California. Date of birth: 1868.
Its name derives from a merger of two daily newspapers of the time: The San Diego Union and San Diego Evening Tribune. The name became U-T San Diego in 2012, however it was changed once again to The San Diego Union-Tribune in the year 2015. That year, it was acquired by Tribune Publishing. Later, in February 2018, it was acquired by Patrick Soon-Shiong's investment firm, Nant Capital LLC.
The Oregonian is a daily newspaper based in Portland, Oregon, in the United States. It is owned by Advance Publications. It is the oldest newspaper on the American West Coast. It has been published every day since 1861.
It’s Oregon's most popular newspaper and the second largest in the Pacific Northwest by circulation. It has its focus on the United States.
The Sunday edition is published under the title The Sunday Oregonian.
The newspaper received the 2001 Pulitzer Prize for Public Service. Journal staff have also received seven other Pulitzer Prizes, most recently in 2014.
The Oregonian has home delivery in multiple counties four days a week.
Detroit Free Press is the most popular daily newspaper in Detroit, Michigan, USA. The Sunday edition is called the Sunday Free Press. It primarily serves Wayne, Oakland, Macomb, Livingston, Washtenaw and Monroe counties.
Free Press has won ten Pulitzer Prizes and four Emmys.
Their motto is "On Guard Since 1831".