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Tacoma News Tribune
The News Tribune
Tacoma News Tribune front page.jpg
Front page of July 1, 2017
TypeDaily newspaper
FormatBroadsheet
Owner(s)The McClatchy Company
PublisherRebecca Poynter
EditorDale Phelps
Founded1883
Headquarters1950 South State Street
Tacoma, Washington 98405
United States
Circulation36,707 Daily
86,770 Sunday[1]
ISSN1073-5860
Websitewww.thenewstribune.com

The News Tribune is a daily newspaper in Tacoma, Washington, in the United States.

History

The newspaper can trace its origins back to the founding of the weekly Tacoma Ledger by R.F. Radebaugh in 1880. The next year, H.C. Patrick founded The News, another weekly. Both papers became dailies in 1883. In 1898, Radebaugh and Patrick sold their papers to S.A. Perkins. Radebaugh re-entered the market in 1907 with the debut of the Tacoma Tribune. He exited five years later with the sale of the Tribune to Frank S. and Elbert H. Baker. The Bakers then purchased The News and the Tacoma Ledger in 1918, and all three papers were combined into the Tacoma News Tribune and Ledger.[2]

In 1948, the paper began operating the radio stations KTNT-AM and KTNT-FM, and began operating a television station with the same call letters in 1953. In 1972, KTNT-FM's call letters were changed to KNBQ, which became KBSG in 1988, and KIRO-FM in 2008. Two years later, the television station was sold and its call letters changed to KSTW, which is now an owned-and-operated station of The CW.

In 1979, the newspaper adopted the name Tacoma News Tribune. Its parent bought the Pierce County Herald in 1983. In 1986, the Tribune Publishing Company's newspaper assets were bought by McClatchy Newspapers.

The News Tribune published as The Morning News Tribune from April 6, 1987 to October 4, 1993, when "Morning" was dropped from its name.

The newspaper, alongside sister publication The Olympian, were printed at a plant in Tacoma until February 3, 2019.[3] Since that time, the two newspapers have been printed at the facilities of The Columbian in Vancouver, Washington.[4]

See also

References

  1. ^ "McClatchy / The News Tribune". 2017.
  2. ^ "The McClatchy Company Newspapers: The News Tribune". The McClatchy Company. Retrieved .
  3. ^ "Printing change planned for News Tribune, Olympian". The News Tribune. November 29, 2018. Retrieved 2019.
  4. ^ [They stopped the presses. Printing of The News Tribune and The Olympian outsourced "Printing change planned for News Tribune, Olympian"] Check |url= value (help). The News Tribune. November 29, 2018. Retrieved 2020.

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