News and Tribune

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News and Tribune
Jeff Evening News.jpg
The Jeffersonville office
of the News and Tribune.
Type Daily newspaper
Format Broadsheet
Owner(s) Community Newspaper Holdings Inc.
Publisher Bill Hanson
Editor Shea Van Hoy
Founded 2011
(predecessor newspapers formed 1851)
Headquarters 221 Spring Street,
Jeffersonville, Indiana 47130
303 Scribner Drive,
New Albany, Indiana 47150 United States
Circulation 7,152 daily (News)
5,339 daily (Tribune)[1]
Website NewsAndTribune.com

The News and Tribune (N&T) is a six-day (Monday through Saturday) daily newspaper serving Clark, and Floyd counties in Indiana. It is owned by Community Newspaper Holdings Inc, and based out of Jeffersonville, Indiana. Aside from its flagship publication, the N&T also publishes SoIn, a Thursday entertainment feature, periodical business and fitness magazines, and annual election guides and government statistics guides. The N&T also publishes jail booking information for both counties Tuesday through Saturday, periodic police run information, and on Saturdays publishes church information, milestones, a listing of marriage license recipients, and a full-color comics section.

It was published as two different newspapers, The Evening News in Clark County and The Tribune in Floyd County, until March 2011, when the two papers merged.[2] The two papers had shared certain resources, including a shared website, for several years prior to the merger. Offices are maintained in both counties;[2] its Clark County headquarters, which also houses the main offices, are located at the former Evening News office on Spring Street, within the Old Jeffersonville Historic District, and its Floyd County headquarters are in the former Tribune office in New Albany.

The News and Tribune maintains a news gathering and reporting partnership with Louisville NBC affiliate WAVE.

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  1. ^ CNHI-CAN Circulation, figures for an undetermined date, accessed January 17, 2007.
  2. ^ a b "Southern Indiana Papers Merge". Hoosier State Press Association. March 28, 2011. Retrieved May 16, 2012. 

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