Red Deer Advocate
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|Owner(s)||Black Press Ltd.|
|Founded||1901, as Red Deer Echo|
|Headquarters||2950 Bremner Avenue
Red Deer, Alberta
13,411 Saturdays in 2011
Published by Black Press, the newspaper was first established in 1901 as the Red Deer Echo, changing its name to Alberta Advocate in 1903 and Red Deer Advocate in 1906. Originally it was a weekly newspaper issued on Fridays.
The Advocate now publishes daily, from Tuesday to Friday as the Monday edition was dropped late in 2016, with the slogan "Central Alberta's Daily Newspaper". The newspaper publishes weekly supplements called Friday Forward (for city residents) and Central Alberta Life (for rural communities), and owns three weekly newspapers covering outlying Alberta towns: the Ponoka News in Ponoka, the Rimbey Review in Rimbey and the Stettler Independent in Stettler. In addition to printing its own weekly and daily products, the Advocate presses also print, by contract, several other newspapers covering communities in Alberta, British Columbia, Saskatchewan and Manitoba.
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