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How do I cancel my News and Observer subscription?

You can cancel your subscription by calling (919) 829-4500 or by visiting www. The News & Observer/contact-us .

How much does Raleigh News and Observer cost?

$159.99 for 1 year | Renews annually. Cancel anytime. Get unlimited access to stories on our website and app. Access to subscriber-only features, investigative reporting, and more.

Who Owns the News and Observer?

The McClatchy Company
The paper was one of the first in the world to launch an online version of the publication, in 1994….The News & Observer.

The June 16, 2009, front page of The News & Observer
Format Broadsheet
Owner(s) The McClatchy Company
Editor Bill Church
Founded 1865 (as The Sentinel)

What is McClatchy news?

Media/News Company. McClatchy is a media company dedicated to providing news that is essential to communities in the 29 markets in 14 states across America that it serves, in a wide array of digital and print formats.

What is the circulation of the Raleigh News & Observer?

143,599 newspapers
Circulation. The Raleigh News & Observer has a daily circulation of 143,599 newspapers, with a Sunday circulation of 194,933.

How do newspapers place classified ads?

Steps to Placing a Classified Ad in a Newspaper

  1. Determine the area where your ad needs to run.
  2. You can contact the paper directly or you can reach out to an agency that specializes in placing Classified Ads or Display Advertising.
  3. Write your ad (see additional information on what information to include below)

Where is McClatchy company located?

Sacramento, California

Type Public
Headquarters Sacramento, California
Key people Kevin McClatchy (Chairman) Tony Hunter (President and CEO)
Products Newspapers
Revenue US$709 million (2019)

What papers are owned by McClatchy?

McClatchy Company Newspapers

  • Anchorage Daily News.
  • Fresno Bee.
  • Modesto Bee.
  • Sacramento Bee.
  • Merced Sun-Star.
  • San Luis Obispo Tribune.
  • Bradenton Herald.
  • The Miami Herald.

Who owns the Charlotte Observer newspaper?

Chatham Asset Management
The Charlotte Observer is an American English language newspaper serving Charlotte, North Carolina and its metro area. The Observer was founded in 1886. As of 2020, it has the second largest circulation of any newspaper in the Carolinas. It is owned by Chatham Asset Management.

How much does it cost to run a 30-second radio ad?

Making a radio ad is fairly simple and can be done quite quickly and typically costs between $300 and $1,000. There are a few options when creating a radio ad, you can have the radio station create the ad, pay a professional production company to create the ad, create the ad yourself, or hire a freelancer.

How much does it cost to put a classified ad?

Typical Cost: $5 to $100 per line, depending on the publication, geographic areas, time of year, number of ads you buy, and whether you sign a contract or purchase ads on a week-to-week basis. Rates vary greatly, so contact each publication for actual costs.

How do I cancel my Charlotte Observer subscription?

You can cancel your subscription by calling 704-358-5000 or by visiting .