How do I cancel my Arizona Daily Star subscription?
YOU MAY CANCEL YOUR SUBSCRIPTION AT ANY TIME BY CALLING 800-695-4492.
What is the circulation of The Arizona Daily Star?
About Arizona Daily Star Circulation The Arizona Daily Star publishes seven days per week and is the newspaper of record for Tucson and Southern Arizona. Each weekday it has over 238,000 readers and each Sunday over 364,000 readers.
WHO publishes the Arizona Daily Star?
Lee EnterprisesArizona Daily Star / PublisherLee Enterprises, Inc. is a publicly traded American media company. It publishes 77 daily newspapers in 26 states, and more than 350 weekly, classified, and specialty publications. Lee Enterprises was founded in 1890 by Alfred Wilson Lee and is based in Davenport, Iowa. Wikipedia
Where is the Arizona Daily Star printed?
The Arizona Daily Star newspaper building, 4850 S. Park Ave., once housed the Star, the Tucson Citizen, and a large production and printing operation.
How do I contact Daily Star?
- Phone: (607) 432-1000.
- Email: [email protected].
How much does the Sunday Arizona Daily Star cost?
15 per day (Mon-Sat) and $. 22 per Sunday that the print edition is not delivered. The digital portion of your subscription remains active and available, so content charges will continue to be applied while you are on vacation.
Who owns the Arizona Star?
Lee Enterprises, Inc.
The Arizona Daily Star is one of several newspapers owned by Lee Enterprises, Inc., which owns newspapers in over 50 markets nationwide and publishes Arizona newspapers Arizona Daily Star and the Flagstaff, Ariz.
Where can I buy Arizona Daily Star?
How do I get a Full Access Subscription to the Arizona Daily Star? Go to tucson.com/subscribe or call 1-800-695-4492.
What is the major newspaper in Arizona?
The Arizona Republic
The Arizona Republic is an American daily newspaper published in Phoenix. Circulated throughout Arizona, it is the state’s largest newspaper.
What is the main newspaper in Tucson?
The Arizona Daily Star
The Arizona Daily Star is the leading source of news for Tucson and the surrounding communities of southern Arizona. The print edition of the Daily Star counts 112,837 daily readers, with 172,247 Sunday readers.
How much is the Arizona Republic digital subscription?
Then $14.99/month. Cancel anytime. Unlimited access to local journalism, including high school sports. All the benefits of unlimited digital access, plus print delivery & coupons.
Who owns the Daily Star newspaper?
The Daily Star was originally created in 1978 as part of Express Newspapers to utilise printing presses that had been running under capacity due to falling Daily Express circulation. It was acquired in 2000 by Northern & Shell, and sold to Reach plc in 2018.
How much is an online subscription to the Arizona Daily Star?
3-month trial billed monthly at $4.20 per month. You get: Unlimited access to all stories, video, photo galleries and more at tucson.com.
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How much is the Tucson Daily Star?
Get unlimited access to Tucson.com content for just 23¢ per week.
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How much is the Arizona Republic Sunday paper?
The Arizona Republic is an American daily newspaper published in Phoenix. Circulated throughout Arizona, it is the state’s largest newspaper. Since 2000, it has been owned by the Gannett newspaper chain. Copies are sold at $2 daily or at $3 on Sundays and $5 on Thanksgiving Day; prices are higher outside Arizona.