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San Antonio Express-News

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The San Antonio Express-News is a daily newspaper of San Antonio, Texas It is ranked as the fourth-largest daily newspaper in the state of Texas in terms of circulation third-largest for Sunday circulation, and is one of the leading news sources of South Texas, with offices in Austin, Brownsville, Laredo, and Mexico City The Express-News is owned by the Hearst Corporation

Contents

  • 1 History
  • 2 Current business
  • 3 See also
  • 4 References
  • 5 External links

History

The paper was first published in 1865 as a weekly tabloid-style newspaper under the name San Antonio Express At that time, the city had already had a number of other newspapers in a number of different languages However, all the other publications went out of business, leaving only the Express to serve the city

In December 1866, the Express made the move from a weekly paper to a daily newspaper, and expanded into a full newspaper by the early 1870s The early days of the Express was marked by several leadership changes which almost doomed the paper, until a brand new company, the Express Printing Company, took control in 1875 The Express eventually became a daily morning newspaper in 1878

In January 1881 a new rival newspaper, the Evening Light, was first published by A W Gifford and J P Newcomb, who had been an early investor in the Express The Evening Light was published as an afternoon paper, as opposed to the morning Express At first, the editors of the Express chose to ignore the upstart paper, but the Light soon grew in popularity at the turn of the 20th century In 1906 the Daily Light was sold to E B Chandler, and in 1909 the Daily Light Publishing Company bought the San Antonio Gazette From then until 1911 the paper was referred to as the Light and Gazette Edward S O'Reilly, known as Tex, was at one time managing editor In 1911 Harrison L Beach and Charles S Diehl, veteran correspondents of national standing, moved to San Antonio and bought the Light and Gazette Once again it was known as the Light Diehl was a founder of the AP wire service Beach and Diehl installed leased wire news service and published the first full stock market reports in a San Antonio paper The Light became liberal-Democratic in its political views While Beach and Diehl ran the paper, circulation increased from 11,000 to 25,000 copies daily In 1918, the Express ownership, now renamed Express Publishing Company, launched its own afternoon paper, the San Antonio Evening News Soon thereafter, a rivalry developed between workers of the Express and the News In fact, some News workers dubbed a new office building as the News-Express building In 1924, however, William Randolph Hearst bought the Light and instituted Hearst policies, and by 1945 the circulation was approximately 70,000

The 1920s was marked by expansion by Express Publishing as the company started one of the city's first radio stations, WOAI, in 1922 Meanwhile, the company's future owners, in the form of William Randolph Hearst, purchased the Light As the two rival companies entered the 1950s, the Express and the News both had higher readership numbers than the Light However, the Light skyrocketed to the top of the market when it acquired a number of popular comic strips, like Dick Tracy Over at Express Publishing, the company diversified further as they acquired a couple more radio stations, and a television station which they renamed KENS-TV Those call letters were intended to stand for, K-Express News Station In the 1960s, Express Publishing was sold to the Harte-Hanks newspaper group

In 1973, with the Light beating the Express and the News in circulation numbers, a new ownership group emerged Australian native Rupert Murdoch of News Corp bought the Express and the News from Harte-Hanks Murdoch re-formatted the News as a more tabloid-styled paper, while the Express retained its original, conservative format The Light was now forced to compete against two different styles of newspaper while at the same time trying to combat the growing costs of an afternoon circulation

By the mid-1980s, the Express and the News merged into the Express-News and afternoon service was slowly discontinued, while the Light started getting into the morning circulation business in order to keep up But under News Corp, the Express-News adopted a more mainstream format and expanded its services to communities outside Bexar County As a result, the Express-News became San Antonio's leading newspaper for good By 1992, News Corp had diversified into movies and television and was looking to sell the Express-News The Hearst Corporation, which still owned the Light, agreed to either sell or close the newspaper and acquire the Express-News in order to keep its stake in the San Antonio market The Light never found a buyer and it went out of business in January 1993

On February 13, 2016, the paper broke the news of the death of US Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia

Current business

Today, Mike Leary is the editor of the San Antonio Express-News Jamie Stockwell is the managing editor This Hearst Corp newspaper is also led by Publisher and President John C McKeon, Executive Vice President of Finance and Administration Susan Pape, Executive Vice President of Marketing and Advertising Ray McCutcheon, Senior Vice President for Technology and PrePress Nina Brooks and Senior Vice President for Circulation and Production Scott Frantzen

The Express-News has an editorial staff of 250 In 2004 it earned its first-ever Newspaper of the Year honors from the Texas Associated Press Managing Editors The Express-News was honored as the best daily paper in its big-city circulation category, topping competitors in Houston, Dallas, Fort Worth and Austin

See also

  • Dan Cook
  • Texas portal
  • Companies portal

References

  1. ^ HEARST NEWSPAPERS NAMES MIKE LEARY EDITOR OF THE SAN ANTONIO EXPRESS-NEWS
  2. ^ "Top Media Outlets: US Daily Newspapers" PDF Alliance for Audited Media Retrieved 2015-01-06 
  3. ^ Handbook of Texas Online, James Pearson Newcomb
  4. ^ http://wwwpoynterorg/2016/how-the-san-antonio-express-news-broke-news-of-scalias-death/396569/
  • Handbook of Texas Online, San Antonio Light

External links

  • mySAcom Online home of the Express-News and formerly KENS-TV
  • The history of the Express-News San Antonio Express-News
  • mySAcom mobile version - Mobile website for Express-News
  • Hearst subsidiary profile of the San Antonio Express-News

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