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What is the circulation of the Miami Herald?

What is the circulation of the Miami Herald?

75.3 thousand
In 2019, the Miami Herald newspaper had a daily circulation of 75.3 thousand, down from almost 79 thousand in the previous year.

Who owns El Nuevo Herald?

The McClatchy Company
El Nuevo Herald

Type Daily newspaper
Owner(s) The McClatchy Company
Publisher Aminda Marqués González
Founded 1977 (as El Herald)
Language Spanish

How do I email the Miami Herald?

Please email us at [email protected] or complete the form above. We will respond to you within 1-2 business days.

Where is the El Nuevo Herald newspaper located?

El Nuevo Herald is a newspaper published daily in Spanish in Southeast Florida, United States. Its headquarters is in Doral.

Is the Miami Herald sister to El Nuevo Herald?

The sister paper for the El Nuevo Herald’s is The Miami Herald, which is produced by the McClatchy Company as well. In 1987, the newspaper was re-launched as El Nuevo Herald and then finally was published as a standalone newspaper.

Is the circulation of the Miami Herald declining?

In South Florida, McClatchy’s Miami Herald suffered its worst single-year decline in newspaper sales in at least a decade. On Sept. 30, the once-mighty Herald reported that its seven-day paid circulation for the preceding 12 months had dwindled to 53,141 – a nearly 40 percent decline since 2015.

What kind of newspaper is the Bradenton Herald?

The Bradenton Herald is a McClatchy newspaper in Bradenton, Florida. The Herald has been the hometown newspaper of Bradenton since 1922 when it was first published as The Evening Herald. It was a combination of two weekly papers: the Manatee River Journal, which had published since the 1880’s, and The Bradenton Herald Weekly.