Media in St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador
St. John's is currently the only Canadian city served by radio stations whose call letters do not all begin with the letter C. The ITU prefix VO was assigned to the Dominion of Newfoundland before the province joined Canadian Confederation in 1949, and three AM stations kept their existing call letters; the Broadcasting Corporation of Newfoundland's VONF, however, was taken over by CBC Radio and adopted the new call sign CBN. However, radio stations in St. John's which went to air after 1949 use the same range of prefixes (CF–CK) currently in use elsewhere in Canada, with the exception of VOCM-FM, which was permitted to adopt the VOCM callsign because of its corporate association with the AM station that already bore that callsign. VO also remains in use in amateur radio.
CJON-DT channel 21 is an independent station branded as "NTV", headquartered in St. John’s. The station sublicenses entertainment programming from Global and news programming from CTV and Global, rather than purchasing primary broadcast rights as most independent stations do.
- The Telegram (daily newspaper)
- The Independent (weekly newspaper, discontinued in print but available online) 
- The Express (weekly newspaper, now discontinued)
- The Muse (weekly or, during summer months, bi-monthly Memorial University student newspaper)
- The Gazette ( bi-monthly Memorial University newspaper)
- Le Gaboteur (Newfoundland and Labrador's only French-language newspaper; bi-monthly)
- The Scope (a defunct alternative newspaper)
- The Overcast (St. John's Monthly Alternative Newspaper)
- Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission. "Broadcasting Decision CRTC 2005-303". Retrieved 2008-05-15.[dead link]
- "Canadian Radio News for April 2011". Retrieved 2012-02-12.
- "The Telegram - St. John's, NL : Newfoundland, Canada's Oldest City". Retrieved 2008-06-06.
- "The Independent". Retrieved 2014-05-26.