What is the major newspaper in Jacksonville Florida?
The Florida Times-Union
The Florida Times-Union is a major daily newspaper in Jacksonville, Florida. Widely known as the oldest newspaper in the state, it began publication as the Florida Union in 1864. In 1883, the Florida Union merged with another Jacksonville paper, the Florida Daily Times and was renamed The Florida Times-Union.
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Who owns Jacksonville newspaper?
Jacksonville Daily Record
|January 27, 2012 front page|
|Owner(s)||Observer Media Group|
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Is the Florida Times-Union still in business?
In 1983, Morris Communications of Augusta, Georgia, purchased Florida Publishing Company. The Times-Union became the largest newspaper of this chain, which owns a number of newspapers around the country. The paper is now owned by Gannett….The Florida Times-Union.
|The 5 March 2007 front page of The Florida Times-Union|
What happened to the Florida Times-Union?
For the first time in nearly 35 years, The Florida Times-Union is under new ownership. The newspaper and 10 others have been purchased by GateHouse Media in a transaction that closed Monday.