The Express-Times

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The Express-Times
Express times building in easton pa.JPG
The Express-Times building in Easton, Pennsylvania.
Type Daily newspaper
Format Broadsheet
Owner(s) Advance Publications
Editor Jim Deegan
Founded 1855 as The Easton Daily Express
Language English
Headquarters Easton, Pennsylvania
 United States
Website lehighvalleylive.com

The Express-Times is a daily newspaper published in Easton, Pennsylvania, with an emphasis on local news. It has won awards in both New Jersey and Pennsylvania.

Ownership[edit]

Thomson Newspapers bought The Express of Easton in 1983. The paper took on its current name when the Globe-Times of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania merged with The Express.

MediaNews Group bought The Express-Times from Thomson in 1994. Current owner Advance Publications bought MediaNews' New Jersey and Pennsylvania newspapers in 2000.[1]

Express-Times content can be found online at lehighvalleylive.com.

Management[edit]

  • Lou Stancampriano, President and Publisher
  • Jim Deegan, Editor and Vice President of News
  • David Yanoshik, Vice President of Marketing

Distribution[edit]

The Express-Times publishes zoned editions (Lehigh Valley and New Jersey) and delivers to Lehigh and Northampton counties in Pennsylvania, Warren and Hunterdon counties in New Jersey.

History[edit]

First printed 1855 as The Easton Daily Express, the name changed to The Easton Express in 1917 and was abbreviated to The Express in 1973. In 1991, The Express merged with The Globe-Times of Bethlehem to become The Express-Times.

Sections[edit]

The Express-Times has four editorial sections:

  • Front: Local, national and world news
  • Valley: Local news and obituaries from the Lehigh Valley
  • Sports: Local and national sports
  • Today: Local and national arts & entertainment
  • Editorials, classifieds, comics, horoscopes and puzzles also appear each day.

Inserts[edit]

The following are inserted into The Express-Times during the week.

  • Friday: Exposed, an entertainment tabloid
  • Saturday: Real Estate, a real estate guide
  • Sunday: Sunday Morning, a features section, news from The Wall Street Journal and full color comics.

Other publications[edit]

The Express-Times also publishes a weekly, The US, based in Nazareth, Pennsylvania.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "MediaNews Sells Papers to Advance". The New York Times. July 6, 2000. Retrieved August 19, 2012. 

Jim Deegan named editor of The Express-Times

External links[edit]