Irish Voice

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Coordinates: 40°44′53.7″N 73°59′21.4″W / 40.748250°N 73.989278°W / 40.748250; -73.989278

Irish Voice (newspaper)
Editor in Chief Debbie McGoldrick
Frequency Weekly
Publisher Niall O'Dowd
First issue 1987
Country USA
Based in New York
Language English

The Irish Voice is a newspaper published in New York City, New York. It focuses on news and stories from an Irish-American perspective. The paper was first published in the fall of 1987 and was targeted at new Irish immigrants who were moving to the US in large numbers.


The paper was founded by Niall O'Dowd in 1987.[1] Circulation of the paper was claimed to be 65,000 in 2007.[2]

The Irish Voice is very closely linked with the Irish Central website. Most of the newspaper articles are available from the site.

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  1. ^ Keith J.Kelly (2007-06-06). "SNOOZE'S DUNN MAY BE NEWS". New York Post. Retrieved 2009-01-19. 
  2. ^ Cooke, Nicola (2007-06-10). "O'Dowd buys out his main New York rival". The Sunday Business Post Online. Retrieved 2010-04-09. 

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