Newspapers in Miami Florida
Information about daily, weekly, and monthly
newspapers in the greater Miami area including
the daily "Miami Herald", the alternative
newspaper the "Miami New Times", the business community's
"Miami Today News", and the no longer published
evening Miami newspaper the "Miami News".
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World Headquarters of "The Miami Herald" and "El Herald"
English language and Spanish language newspapers
Miami Herald Newspaper
"The Miami Herald" is a daily newspaper that has been
serving the city of Miami, Miami-Dade County, and Broward
County since 1903, when it was known as the "Miami Evening
Record". It was renamed "The Miami herald" in 1910. The
newspaper has published a Spanish language version since
1977 that was first called "El Herald" and later
"El Neuvo Herald". The Miami Herald moved into it's
building on the shores of Biscayne Bay, at
One Herald Plaza, in 1963.
Miami Today News
This weekly newspaper serves the business
and civic communities of the greater Miami
area of South Florida. Their Web site includes
an editorial calendar, reader statistics,
a calendar of events, a movie and TV filming
schedule, and online copies of their top
Miami New Times
The "Miami New Times" is a free alternative newspaper has been published weekly
since 1987. It is published by the News Times Media Corporation
and it features news articles, movies reviews, and information
about Miami restaurants and entertainment.
Miami's Community Newspapers
Local community newspapers for cities, towns,
villages, and neighborhoods in the greater
Miami area. Includes newspapers for
Aventura, Biscayne Bay, Coral Gables, South
Dade, Doral, Florida City, Hallandale Beach,
Hollywood, Homestead, Kendall, West Kendall,
Pembroke Park, Palmetto Bay, Pinecrest, Redland,
South Miami, and Sunny Isles Beach.
The Miami News
This evening newspaper began publishing in 1896
as a weekly paper called the "Miami Metropolis"
and it became a daily paper about seven years later.
In 1923 its name was changed to the "Miami Daily News:
Metropolis". In 1925 it became the "Miami Daily News"
and it moved into a building called the Miami News
Tower which later became famous as the
Miami Freedom Tower. "The Miami News"
was published by Bill Baggs from 1957 through 1969.
In 1973 the evening paper moved into the same building
as Miami's daily paper, "The Miami Herald", and began
using their production facilities. "The Miami
News" shut down its operation on December 31, 1988.
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