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Echo Weekly was an alternative weekly newspaper serving the Kitchener, Waterloo, Cambridge, and Guelph areas in Ontario, Canada. Up until January 2008 Its offices were located in downtown Kitchener but were moved to downtown Guelph.
Echo started publishing in September 1997 by Sean Rosen, Ron Kilpatrick and Marcus Rosen. It served the 18- to 35-year-old market. Echo was published every Thursday and distributed +55,000 free copies to more than 470 locations throughout the greater Kitchener-Waterloo, Cambridge, Fergus, Elora and Guelph area.
Cessation of publication
Echo stopped publishing in October 2011.
- Publisher: Ron Kilpatrick
- Editor-in-Chief: Ryan Farkas
- Editorial Assistant: Alexandra Bates
- Advertising Sales Manager: Sean Rosen
- Advertising Representative: Chris Rego
- Classifieds: Liz Kay
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