The Armenian Reporter
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|Type||Weekly / Biweekly newspaper|
|Owner(s)||Edward K. Boghosian (1967-2006)|
CS Media (2007-2014)
|Founder(s)||Edward K. Boghosian|
|Founded||1 November 1967|
|Language||English / |
separate Armenian issue
|Headquarters||New York City|
|Sister newspapers||The Armenian Reporter (in Armenian)|
The Armenian Reporter was an independent weekly published in English in the United States since 1967, ending operations in late 2014. It was established by Edward K. Boghosian (1927-2006) in New York City and the first issue appeared on November 2, 1967. Mr. Boghosian sold the newspaper to CS Media, a major Armenian media enterprise, in May 2006. Mr. Boghossian's daughter, Sylva Boghossian, continued as publisher through the end of March 2009.
The Armenian Reporter appeared in two American weekly print editions:
- Eastern U.S. edition, published in Paramus, New Jersey.
- Western U.S. edition, published in Burbank, California.
A Republic of Armenia edition was introduced in October 2009.
From 2010 to 2014 The Armenian Reporter was published online only, ceasing publication in Dec. 2014.
- Official Armenian Reporter website — now defunct.