Bennington Banner

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The Bennington Banner
Bennington Banner logo.png
Type Daily Newspaper
Format Broadsheet
Owner(s) New England Newspapers Inc.
Publisher Fredric Rutberg
Editor Executive Editor: Kevin Moran
Managing Editor for Vermont: Greg Sukiennik
Day Managing Editor: David LaChance
Founded 1841
Language English
Headquarters 425 Main Street
Bennington, Vermont 05201
 United States
Circulation 7,800
Website Bennington Banner

The Bennington Banner is a daily newspaper published in Bennington, Vermont. Established in 1841, the paper covers local, national, and world news. The Bennington Banner sells 7,800 papers daily with a penetration of 65% in Bennington.[1][2] It is distributed throughout Southwestern Vermont and eastern New York (Rensselaer and Washington Counties). The paper is owned by New England Newspapers and is published Monday through Saturday.[3]

In early 2007 the Bennington Banner came under fire from The O'Reilly Factor for allegedly not taking an editorial stance on a legal case involving child molestation,[4] an accusation that the newspaper states is grossly misconstrued.[5]

Freedom from Fear painting[edit]

A copy of the Bennington Banner is shown in Norman Rockwell's painting Freedom from Fear, one of the paintings in his Four Freedoms series.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bennington retrieved July 22, 2007
  2. ^ Vermont Living Archived September 27, 2007, at the Wayback Machine.. Bennington Banner.
  3. ^ "About Us". The Berkshire Eagle. Retrieved 2017-10-25. 
  4. ^ BillOreilly.com: "Hall of Shame"
  5. ^ Therrien, James: "The O'Reilly Treatment"

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