Arkansas gazette: Classifieds democrat newspaper
Known as the Arkansas gazette, it is the oldest newspaper of the Mississippi river. Established in 1908 and gazette began publishing and was the first to report Arkansas gazette. It first reported gazette in 1836. After 12 years of tough fight Arkansas gazette published its final edition in 1991. Till then it has become 172 years old company. The assets of the newspaper were sold to Walter E Hussmann, junior, who was the owner and publisher of the Arkansas Democrat. Hussmann renamed the company as the Arkansas Democrat-gazette.
Arkansas gazette Democrat
Locally abbreviated as the Demgaz or Demozet, it is a daily newspaper, which is published in little rock of Arkansas. Its predecessors were founded in 1819 and claims to be oldest newspaper published in the west of the Mississippi river. In 1850 there were some interruptions during the Civil war. Founded in 1878 Gazette was merged into the Arkansas Democrat in 1991. During the civil era, the gazette faced financial problems and there were shortage of supplies. The little rock fell to the union troops in 1863 and the gazette suspended to print until May 1865 and at this time federal authorities used other presses for their own publications.
For Gannett, the financial loss in a battle was too much and she published her last one on 18th October, 1991. She sold the gazette and all the assets to the democrat and in the next morning, Democrat published most Arkansas and everyone was saddened by the news. Many of their reporters and staff were thrown out of the office. The result was that they were bitter about the Gazette and angry on Democrat as it achieved success overnight. Many of them left this field and others remain silent. Democrat has always maintained a high circulation track than other newspapers in the town. The rivals thought that if they reduce the cost of the newspaper, they can defeat Democrat. So they began to sell their same papers in lower prices while Democrat continued to balance growth and profitability. Pulitzer Prize winner Paul Greenberg became the executive editor of Democrat on 23rd June in 1992.
If you do not have enough time to read the newspaper before leaving for your office, then you can read news through online Arkansas. In the website you can see the headings like home, news, business, entertainment, sports, photos, videos, features, contact us, targeted publications, classifieds, jobs, real estate and auto. On the website you can also read latest news, Arkansas news, legislature, today’s newspaper, inauguration, extras, obituaries, weather, opinion, politics, national news, world news, archives and sister papers. You can bookmark this page and ask for printing subscribers for .95 or for free, you can choose from both the option. You have to give your username and your password in the top right and have to click login, if you want to login. You can see the top stories of the day and articles about them also. Other than all these there are archives, classifieds, stocks and go to Google tab. You can ask for daily e-mail updates also.