The Miami Herald

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The Miami Herald
description Subscription daily newspaper
language English
publishing company The McClatchy Company
First edition September 15, 1903
Frequency of publication Every day
Sold edition Mon-Sat 164,332,
so. 230,028 copies
(own information)
Range Mon-Sat 498,312, see above
. 763,079 million readers
(own information)
Editor-in-chief Aminda "Mindy" Marquez Gonzalez
editor David Landsberg
executive Director David Landsberg
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The Miami Herald is a national daily newspaper , in Miami ( Florida appears). 2024 employees in North and South America work for the newspaper, which is in broadsheet format . The average number of pages is 88 pages (212 on Sundays).

The newspaper's story began on September 15, 1903 , when The Miami Evening Record appeared. This paper was the forerunner of today's newspaper. The Miami Herald Media Company has been part of the McClatchy Company media group since 2006 . Journalists at the newspaper have received the Pulitzer Prize 22 times since 1951 .

The sister newspaper El Nuevo Herald caters to the large Spanish-speaking community in Miami and the surrounding area.

In 2013, the workforce left the publishing house, which dominates the cityscape of Miami, and moved to new headquarters in the neighboring city of Doral to the west . After some discussions about its historical significance, the building will be demolished and rebuilt by the Genting Group .

Publishing house (until 2013) near Downtown Miami

Individual evidence

  1. a b c About Us , Miami Herald website, accessed January 5, 2016
  2. 2017 Pulitzer Prize Winners & Finalists. In: Retrieved April 10, 2017 (English).
  3. Former Miami Herald HQ To Be Demolished, in: CBS Miami from August 6, 2013, accessed on August 21, 2014 (English)