Indiana Newspapers

Anderson Herald Bulletin

The Herald Bulletin is daily newspaper in Published in Anderson, Indiana and serves the northeast areas of Indianapolis as the paper that wants to keep the community informed; their marketing slogan is “Because Life Changes Daily”. Anderson’s two daily newspapers decided to merge and began operating as one company in 1949.The two papers were the Anderson Herald, sounded as a weekly paper in 1868, in the morning, and the Anderson Daily Bulletin, the oldest surviving newspaper, which was daily in the afternoon. They are now a daily morning edition and have combined each name into the Herald Bulletin. The official publishing date for the new combined newspaper was the 5th of April, 1987. The current owner is Community Newspaper Holding Inc (CNHI), published by Michael C. Casuscelli. It circulates on average 24,361 daily and the headquarters are in Anderson, Indiana at 1133 Jackson Street Anderson, Indiana 46016.

IndyStar

The Indianapolis Star is a morning daily newspaper that began publishing on June 6, 1903. It has won the Pulitzer Prize for investigative reporting twice, in 1975 and 1991. It is currently owned by the Gannett Company. The Indianapolis Star was founded on June 6, 1903 by Muncie industrialist George F. McCulloch as competition to two other Indianapolis dailies, the Indianapolis Journal and the Indianapolis Sentinel. Eugene C. Pulliam purchased the Star from Shaffer's estate on April 25, 1944. The Star had trailed the evening Indianapolis News but by 1948 had become Indiana's largest newspaper. In 1948, Pulliam purchased the News and combined the business, mechanical, advertising, and circulation operations of the two papers. In 1999, the News ceased publication, leaving the Star as the only major daily paper in Indianapolis. In 2000, Gannett Company acquired the paper, leaving Indianapolis with no locally owned daily newspaper other than the black-interest Indianapolis Recorder.

Lafayette Journal and Courier

Owned by the Gannett Company, The Lafayette Journal & Courier is a daily newspaper serving Lafayette, Indiana and surrounding communities. In 1920, it was established through the merger of two local papers, the Journal and Free Press.

Muncie Star Press

The Star Press was created when The Muncie Evening Press was combined with The Muncie Morning Star. Both were owned and printed by the same company. The Star Press is a morning edition newspaper for Muncie, Indiana and surrounding areas.