Frequent question: Who owns the Acadiana Advocate?

Who owns the Advocate?

The Advocate is a daily morning newspaper published daily since 1925 and includes The New Orleans Advocate and The Acadiana Advocate. The newspaper is owned by Capital City Press, founded in 1909 by Charles P. Manship Sr. and James Edmonds.

Where is the Advocate printed?

The paper will be printed at The Advocate’s state-of-the-art printing plant in Baton Rouge. The New Orleans Advocate is headquartered at a renovated historic building at 840 St. Charles Ave., and the joint publication will be operated out of that office.

When did the Advocate start?

The Advocate’s newsroom on Rieger Road in Baton Rouge.

What does John Georges own?

John Georges is now chairman of Georges Enterprises, which includes grocery distribution, offshore marine services, video and arcade entertainment, food services, and investments. Georges Enterprises began as Imperial Trading Company in 1916.

Who owns the Baton Rouge Morning Advocate?

A major contributor to this article appears to have a close connection with its subject.

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The April 4, 2007 front page of The Advocate
Type Morning daily newspaper
Owner(s) Georges Media
Publisher Dan Shea
Editor Peter Kovacs

How much is the advocate?

All Standard premium subscription rates are as follows: 1 month Daily & Sunday subscription rate is $44.99 per month plus tax. Saturday/Sunday subscription rate is $30.31per month plus tax. Effective 5/28/21 Standard Digital subscriptions include e-Edition with the rate of $17.95 per month.

What was the initial name of the newspaper that Huey Long established in 1930?

The American Progress was an American newspaper founded by Democratic Louisiana Governor Huey Long in March 1930 as the Louisiana Progress to promote his political aims and attack his opponents.

Where is the Daily Advertiser printed?

The newspaper, started in 1865 by a printer’s apprentice, now is being printed in Baton Rouge in a business arrangement with The Advocate. The Daily Advertiser distributes The Advocate throughout Acadiana.

What is the oldest continuing Lgbtq publication in the US?

1969 – Washington Blade is founded in Washington, D.C., as The Gay Blade with its first issue on October 5, 1969. It is the oldest continually operating LGBT newspaper in the United States.

Which is the largest LGBT magazine in the United States?

The Advocate (LGBT magazine)

The Advocate No. 994, October 9, 2007; Hillary Clinton is on the cover
Editors in Chief Tracy E. Gilchrist
Circulation 175,000
Year founded 1967
Company Pride Media

Is advocate a magazine?

The Advocate is a U.S.-based LGBT-interest magazine, printed bi-monthly and available by subscription or packaged with OUT magazine on newsstands nationwide. … It’s now the world’s leading source of LGBT news and entertainment with it’s highly-visited website, Advocate.com.

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Who owns The Times-Picayune and advocate?

John Georges, who with his wife Dathel owns The Advocate, Times-Picayune and nola.com, told the Rotary Club of Baton Rouge Wednesday it took about six months between having initial conversations about buying The Times-Picayune and getting the deal done to buy the New Orleans newspaper.

What is Nola com known for?

NOLA.com. New Orleans News, Sports and Entertainment.

How did the New Orleans Times-Picayune get its name?

Its name derives from the French picaillon, which is itself from the Provençal picaioun, the name of an unrelated small copper coin from Savoy. … A newspaper published in New Orleans since the 1830s, the Times-Picayune (originally The Picayune), was named after the coin.