The Charlotte Post

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Charlotte Post
Typeweekly newspaper
Formatbroadsheet
PublisherThe Charlotte Post Publishing Company
Founded1878
LanguageEnglish
Circulation22,305[1]
Sister newspapersThe Triangle Tribune
WebsiteOfficial website

The Charlotte Post, founded in 1878, targets the African-American community in the Charlotte, North Carolina metropolitan area. The Post is read by thousands of area residents and has earned numerous national and local journalism and service awards.[citation needed]

It is a weekly broadsheet that at one time sold for $1 a copy, as well as distributed at no charge at dark green vendor boxes located in Uptown Charlotte and throughout the city primarily in African-American neighborhoods.

The Charlotte Post is published by The Charlotte Post Publishing Company. A sister newspaper, The Triangle Tribune, serves the Research Triangle area.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "2016 Media Kit Local" (PDF). The Charlotte Post Publishing Company. June 3, 2016. Retrieved October 20, 2016.

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