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Q: Online newpapers ( Answered,   0 Comments )
Subject: Online newpapers
Category: Business and Money > Advertising and Marketing
Asked by: fadingmood-ga
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Posted: 08 Sep 2006 09:06 PDT
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Question ID: 763414
I need a list of recognised online newpaper and local ones too.
Subject: Re: Online newpapers
Answered By: umiat-ga on 08 Sep 2006 15:20 PDT
Hello, fadingmood-ga! 

Online Newspapers has a feature which shows the top fifty newspapers
accessed during the last month. I imagine these would qualify as

Here is the list for the United States:

Top 50 Newspapers for the United States

Accessed Last Month
The New York Times (United States, New York) (clicks=4987) 
Washington Post (United States, Washington DC) (clicks=3306) 
Los Angeles Times (United States, California, Los Angeles) (clicks=2411) 
New York Post (United States, New York) 
Daily News (United States, New York, New York) 
The Boston Globe (United States, Massachusetts) 
Tampa Tribune (United States, Florida, Tampa) 
Chicago Tribune (United States, Illinois) 
The Miami Herald (United States, Florida) 
Detroit Free Press (United States, Michigan) 
The Washington Times (United States, Washington DC) 
Atlanta Journal-Constitution (United States, Georgia) 
Detroit News (United States, Michigan) 
The Dallas Morning News (United States, Texas, Dallas) 
Boston Herald (United States, Massachusetts) 
Chicago Sun-Times (United States, Illinois, Cook) 
Houston Chronicle (United States, Texas, Houston) 
Arizona Republic (United States, Arizona, Phoenix) 
Indianapolis Star (United States, Indiana) 
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (United States, Pennsylvania) 
St Louis Post-Dispatch (United States, Missouri, Saint Louis) 
Charlotte Observer Online (United States, North Carolina, Charlotte) 
Philadelphia Inquirer (United States, Pennsylvania) 
The Star Ledger (United States, New Jersey, Newark) 
Las Vegas Review-Journal / Sun (United States, Nevada, Las Vegas) 
Denver Post (United States, Colorado) 
USA Today (United States, National, Arlington, Virginia) 
Orlando Sentinel Online (United States, Florida, Orlando) 
Star Tribune (United States, Minnesota, Minneapolis / St Paul) 
Baltimore Sun (United States, Maryland, Baltimore) 
San Diego Union-Tribune (United States, California, San Diego) 
The Advocate (United States, Louisiana, Baton Rouge) 
The Courier-Journal (United States, Kentucky, Louisville) 
Lexington Herald-Leader (United States, Kentucky, Lexington) 
The Seattle Times (United States, Washington) 
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (United States, Wisconsin) 
The Clarion-Ledger (United States, Mississippi, Jackson) 
The Florida Times-Union (United States, Florida, Jacksonville) 
The Oklahoman (United States, Oklahoma, Oklahoma City) 
Kansas City Star (United States, Missouri, Kansas City) 
Sun Herald (United States, Mississippi, Biloxi) 
The New York Sun (United States, New York, New York) 
St Petersburg Times (United States, Florida, Saint Petersburg) 
The Buffalo News (United States, New York, Buffalo) 
Sun Sentinel (United States, Florida, Fort Lauderdale) 
Charleston Gazette (United States, West Virginia, Charleston) 
The Times-Picayune (United States, Louisiana, New Orleans - Subscription Only) 
Honolulu Advertiser (United States, Hawaii, Honolulu) 
The Plain Dealer (United States, Ohio, Cleveland) 
The Advertiser (United States, Louisiana, Lafayette) 


 If you want to compile your own list, based on specific criteria,
there are several newspaper databases which contain international and
local online papers. has 8208 international and local online papers to choose
from! You can use the handy dropdown menus to make your selections.

Online Nespapers is a similar database

Metagrid contains online newspapers as well as magazines


Each of these databases will allow you to sort out online papers based
on location, and you can compile your own list by simply copying and

For example, here is a list for California


 I hope this helps!


Clarification of Answer by umiat-ga on 08 Sep 2006 15:27 PDT
Here is a list of the "Top 100 US Newspapers by Circulation" - with
links to the online version.

Here is a short list of the "World Wide Wired Most Wanted"
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