Defense News

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Defense News
Front page
Type Weekly (news)
Format Tabloid
Owner(s) Defense News Media Group
Publisher Michael Reinstein
Language English
Headquarters Springfield, Virginia
ISSN 0884-139X
Website www.defensenews.com

Defense News is a global newsweekly on politics, business and technology of defense. Defense News serves an audience of senior military, government and industry decision-makers throughout the world. [1]

Defense News is published by the Defense News Media Group, a unit of Sightline Media Group, which was once a part of Gannett Company.[2][3][4] Sightline Media Group was sold to Los Angeles based private equity firm Regent Companies in 2016 by TEGNA. . [5]


Defense News and Washington D.C. CBS affiliate WUSA 9 created a weekly TV program called This Week in Defense News with Vago Muradian, which first aired on March 2, 2008. The show centers on international defense and military issues.[6][7]

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