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  2. Cleveland Press - Wikipedia

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    Cleveland, Ohio, US. The Cleveland Press was a daily American newspaper published in Cleveland, Ohio from November 2, 1878, through June 17, 1982. [1] From 1928 to 1966, the paper's editor was Louis B. Seltzer . Known for many years as one of the country's most influential newspapers for its focus on working class issues, its neighborhood ...

  3. The Plain Dealer - Wikipedia

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    Website. cleveland .com. plaindealer.com. The Plain Dealer is the major newspaper of Cleveland, Ohio; it is a major national newspaper. In the fall of 2019 it ranked 23rd in U.S. newspaper circulation, a significant drop since March 2013, when its circulation ranked 17th daily and 15th on Sunday.

  4. Cleveland News - Wikipedia

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    The Cleveland News was a daily and Sunday American newspaper in Cleveland, Ohio. It was published from 1905 until 1960 when it was absorbed by the rival paper The Cleveland Press. History. The Cleveland News traces its antecedents to 1868, when The Cleveland Leader titled its late edition the Evening News.

  5. List of newspapers in Ohio - Wikipedia

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    Defunct newspapers. The Akron Press joined in 1925 with Akron Times to be The Akron Times-Press. The Barberton Herald (1923-2022) [2] Celina Democrat (1895–1921) [3] The Cedarville Herald (from July 1890 to December 1954) [4] Cincinnati Herald.

  6. Call and Post - Wikipedia

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    History. The Call and Post was established around 1928 by a group of people including local African-American inventor Garrett A. Morgan, as a merger between the Cleveland Call and the Cleveland Post, two newspapers that had been serving the African-American community since 1916 and 1920 respectively.

  7. List of mass media in Cleveland - Wikipedia

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    Cleveland was the first city in the U.S. to have all commercial television newscasts produced in high-definition; WJW was the first station to do in December 2004, followed by WKYC on May 22, 2006, WEWS on January 7, 2007, and WOIO on October 20, 2007.

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