Palm Beach Daily News
The March 11, 2009 front page of
The Palm Beach Daily News
|Founded||1897 as Lake Worth Daily News|
|Headquarters||400 Royal Palm Way Suite 100|
Palm Beach, Florida 33480 United States
|Circulation||Over 4,500 Daily|
The Palm Beach Daily News is a newspaper serving the town of Palm Beach in Palm Beach County in South Florida. It is also known as "The Shiny Sheet" because of its heavy, slick newsprint stock. It was founded in 1897 as the Lake Worth Daily News, and it covers the news and social affairs of the residents on the island of Palm Beach itself. Previously owned by Cox Enterprises, it has been a sister publication of The Palm Beach Post since 1948, when Florida newspaper owner John Perry, owner of The Post, bought the Daily News as well. Cox acquired all of Perry's properties in the Palm Beaches in 1969. Virginia-based Gannett currently owns the newspaper.
On October 31, 2017, Cox Media Group announced its plans to sell the Palm Beach Daily News and Palm Beach Post. In 2018, it was announced that GateHouse Media would buy the newspapers for $49.25 million, with the deal closed in May.
- "Palm Beach Daily News".
- Charles Elmore (March 28, 2018). "Palm Beach Post, Daily News to be sold to fast-growing GateHouse". Palm Beach Post. Retrieved May 6, 2018.
- History of Palm Beach Post Newspapers
- "Cox Media Group to sell The Palm Beach Post, Palm Beach Daily News". palmbeachpost. Retrieved 2017-10-31.
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