The Arizona Republic Contact


The Arizona Republic Contact detail information about editor mail, phone, career, advertising, etc

Name Brand : The Arizona Republic newspaper
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Telephone : Main phone contact : (602) 444-8000 (800) 331-9303 toll-free
For Newspaper delivery : (602) 444-1000 or (800) 332-6733
Arizona :(602) 444-4444, (800) 352-5095
Outside of Arizona : (800) 699-0732
Daily News newsroom (215) 854-5901
Office : Newsroom : 200 E. Van Buren St., Mail Code NM19, Phoenix, AZ 85004.
Letters to the Editor : The Arizona Republic, P.O. Box 1950, Phoenix, AZ 85001. Letters may also be faxed to (602) 444-8933.
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About The Arizona Republic

The Arizona Republic is a traditional and influential newspaper in Arizona published since the late nineteenth century, before Arizona became the 48th U.S. state.

The newspaper was founded in 1890 as "The Arizona Republican," name changed to "The Arizona Republic" in 1930. Initially circulated in the city of Phoenix, the capital of at that time Territory of Arizona. From its pages and editorials, the paper supported efforts to the establishment of the state of Arizona, a fact which happened in 1912. In 1946, the paper was purchased by Eugene Pulliam, who also bought the Phoenix Gazette and Arizona Weekly Gazette. In the late 1990s, the newspaper launched its electronic version on the site Currently, the newspaper is owned by Gannett Inc., the company publishes USA Today and other popular regional newspapers such as The Cincinnati Enquirer, The Indianapolis Star and Detroit Free Press. In Phoenix, AZCentral also publishes The Voice newspaper in Spanish aimed at the large proportion of Hispanics living in the state

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