Media of New Orleans
Historically the major newspaper in the area has been The Times-Picayune; it is published three times a week on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays. The "Times-Pic" made headlines of its own in 2012 when owner Advance Publications cut back from daily publication, instead focusing its efforts on its website, nola.com. That action briefly made New Orleans the largest city in the country without a daily newspaper, until the Baton Rouge newspaper The Advocate began a New Orleans edition in 2013. Later in 2013 the New Orleans edition became The New Orleans Advocate.
The New Orleans Tribune and The Louisiana Weekly serve the city with an African American focus. The Clarion Herald is the official newspaper of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New Orleans. OffBeat is a monthly music magazine. Gambit is a free alternative weekly newspaper; Where Y'at? is a free monthly. Healthcare Journal of New Orleans covers the city's healthcare issues. The Tulane Hullabaloo is the weekly student-run newspaper of Tulane University. New Orleans CityBusiness is published in Metairie, but covers the weekly business news of the New Orleans metropolitan area. The Neutral Ground News is an Onion-like, online satirical news publication focusing on the people, places and things of the greater New Orleans area.
HDTV channels are in green.
†Indicates analog low power station
|Frequency (MHz)||Call Sign||Format||Affiliations||Owner|
|88.3||WRBH||Radio for the blind and handicapped||Radio For The Blind & Handicapped, Inc.|
|89.1||WBSN||Contemporary Christian music||Providence Educational Foundation|
|89.9||WWNO||Public/Classical, Fine Arts, Jazz, & Talk||NPR||University of New Orleans|
|90.7||WWOZ||Jazz, Blues, New Orleans community music||New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Foundation|
|91.1||WNKV||Contemporary Christian music||K-Love||Educational Media Foundation|
|91.5||WTUL||Progressive Radio||Tulane University|
|94.3||WTIX||Oldies||Fleur de Lis Broadcasting|
|94.9||WGUO||Classic Country||Dowdy Broadcasting|
|95.7||WKBU||Classic rock||Entercom Communications|
|97.1||WEZB||Top 40||Entercom Communications|
|98.5||WYLD||Urban Adult Contemporary||iHeartMedia|
|98.9||WUUU||Top 40/CHR||Pittman Broadcasting Services, LLC|
|99.5||WRNO||Talk Radio||Fox News and Premiere Radio Networks||iHeartMedia|
|100.3||KLRZ||Sports||Coastal Broadcasting of Larose|
|100.7||WTGE||Country/Sports||LSU Sports and New Orleans Saints Radio Network||Guaranty Broadcasting Company of Baton Rouge, LLC|
|101.9||WLMG||Adult Contemporary||Entercom Communications|
|102.9||KKND||Rhythmic Contemporary||Cumulus Media|
|104.1||KVDU||Hot Adult Contemporary||iHeartMedia|
|104.5||KWMZ-FM||80s||M.A.C. Broadcasting, LLC|
|105.3||WWL||News/Talk/Sports||CBS and New Orleans Saints Radio Network||Entercom Communications|
|106.7||KMEZ||Urban adult contemporary||Cumulus Media|
|107.5||KNOL||Spanish Top 40||Sunburst Media Louisiana, LLC|
|Crescent City Radio||College||Loyola University New Orleans|
- New Orleans in fiction
- Louisiana media
- Stuart Babington (2010). "Shell-Shocked in New Orleans: A Competitive Press During a Bloody Season, January 1973". American Journalism. 27: 63–85.
- Bala Baptiste (2013). "How Disc Jockey Vernon Winslow, aka Dr. Daddy-O, Racially Integrated Radio in New Orleans and Changed the Culture of the Medium". Louisiana History. 54.