The Eagle (newspaper)
The Eagle (officially known as The Bryan-College Station Eagle) is a daily newspaper based out of Bryan, Texas. Centered in Brazos County, the paper is typified as serving the coverage needs of a community that includes Texas A&M University, the George Bush Presidential Library and eight counties. First published as the Weekly Eagle in 1889, it transitioned to a daily in 1913.
The Eagle has won multiple awards, including Texas Associated Press Managing Editors awards, as well as Newspaper Association of America circulation awards. The paper's average weekday circulation of approximately 24,441 ranks 401 out of 1,410 daily newspapers in the US.
The Eagle was owned by the Evening Post Publishing Company until 2012, when it was sold to Berkshire Hathaway to become part of its media subsidiary, under the Omaha World-Herald Company's branch. Previously, the newspaper was owned by Belo Corp. from 1995-2001, Worrell Newspapers from 1988-1995, Harte-Hanks Communications from 1962-1988 and local ownership prior to that.
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- Aggie Journalists, "Bryan-College Station Eagle seeks two reporters ", accessed 02-13-2009
- The Handbook of Texas, article on Bryan, Texas, accessed 02-13-2009
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-  The Dallas Morning News (March 30, 2008), "Texas Associated Press Managing Editors presents 2008 awards", accessed 02-13-2009
-  Newspaper Association of America, 2004 Circulation Sales Executive of the Year winners, accessed 02-13-2009
-  Knight Foundation, Peer group comparison for The Bryan-College Station Eagle, accessed 02-13-2009
- Warren Buffett buys Texas newspaper
- Belo sells The Eagle to Evening Post group
- History of The Eagle
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