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About Morris Publishing Group

MPG is the community news and information division of Morris Communications. It serves 11 markets with digital and print media, including scores of websites, a growing array of apps and sites for tablets and mobile phones, 12 daily newspapers and 30 non-daily publications, 150 other printed products including magazines and specialty publications.

MPG’s business units are the dominant media enterprises in their markets, engaging large and varied consumer audiences through news, information, discovery, discussion and interaction. MPG’s sales teams provide unparalleled advertising and promotional reach among these audiences through a wide range of digital and print channels and solutions.

Morris Publishing Group, LLC, is a wholly owned subsidiary of Morris Communications Company, LLC, a privately held media company based in Augusta, Ga.

 

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Daily Newspapers Across Morris

  • Amarillo Globe-News
    The Amarillo Globe-News is the survivor of more than 30 newspapers that have come and gone since the founding of Amarillo in 1887.
  • Athens Banner-Herald
    Founded in 1832, the Athens Banner-Herald's roots trace back to one of the state's oldest newspapers, the Southern Banner.
  • The Augusta Chronicle
    The Augusta Chronicle celebrates its 220th birthday Aug. 30, 2005, an age that allows it to call itself "The South's Oldest Newspaper."
  • The Florida Times-Union
    The first edition of The Florida Times-Union came out on Sunday, Feb. 4, 1883.
  • Juneau Empire
    In April of 1975 the Southeast Alaska Empire became a daily and was renamed the Juneau Empire.
  • The Peninsula Clarion
    The Peninsula Clarion got its start in 1970 as a strident little weekly that editorialized on all its pages.
  • Log Cabin Democrat
    The Log Cabin Democrat was founded in July 1879, when Able F. Livingston came to Conway from Illinois.
  • The St. Augustine Record
    The St. Augustine Record is a morning newspaper published seven days a week.
  • Lubbock Avalanche-Journal
    The Lubbock Avalance-Journal can trace it's roots back to 1900.
  • The Savannah Morning News
    The Savannah Morning News made its debut on January 15, 1850 as the Daily Morning News
  • The Topeka Capital-Journal
    The Topeka Capital-Journal is the product of the marriage of two of the state's pre-eminent publications.