The Albany Herald
The Entrance to the Albany Herald as seen from the intersection of Pine Avenue & Washington Street in Downtown Albany.
|Owner(s)||Southern Community Newspapers, Inc.|
|Sports editor||Ron Seibel|
|Headquarters||Albany, Georgia, U.S.|
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The Albany Herald is the daily newspaper for metro Albany (United States). It is distributed in metro Albany and in southwest Georgia. The newspaper was founded in 1891. Circulation is 21,701 on weekdays and 24,820 on Sundays.[year missing] Offices for the paper are housed in the historic Rosenberg Brothers Department Store in downtown Albany.
In 1993, The Herald converted to a morning publication to serve better the needs of southwest Georgia.
In 2005 Gray's newspaper holdings were spun off into a separate company which was named Triple Crown Media. Triple Crown Media changed its name to Southern Community Newspapers Incorporated in 2010.
In May 2017, The Herald switched to a paid subscription website. Full access to The Herald's website is free with the paid subscription to the print newspaper.
The Herald introduced a new weekend edition in October 2017 which is delivered Sunday mornings. The new edition combines the Saturday and Sunday papers, and include more pages, new features and additional color comics.
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