Is the Atlanta Journal-Constitution?

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution traces its roots to 1868, the founding date of The Atlanta Constitution. The Atlanta Journal debuted in 1883. The papers have been under common ownership since 1950 and fully merged in 2001.

When did the Atlanta Journal and Atlanta Constitution merge?

For many years a merged paper, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, was published on weekends until the two papers were fully merged in 2001.

Where can I buy the Atlanta Journal-Constitution?

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution microfilm is available in many metro Atlanta libraries, including:

  • Atlanta-Fulton Public Library, One Margaret Mitchell Square, Atlanta, near the Peachtree MARTA station.
  • Cobb County Public Library, 266 Roswell St.
  • DeKalb County Public Library, 215 Sycamore St., Decatur.

Who owns the Atlanta Journal-Constitution newspaper?

Cox Enterprises
The newspaper is owned by Cox Enterprises, a family-owned company that has been in Atlanta since 1939. While the newspaper is owned by a private company, its news decisions are made by the journalists in the AJC’s newsroom.

What size is the Atlanta Journal-Constitution?

The first change will appear Aug. 1, when the margins on pages will be reduced to the smaller format. As the paper’s eight presses are converted, the width of the pages will be reduced from 13 inches to 11 5/8 inches.

Is the AJC owned by Cox?

Hall, publisher of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution (AJC) owned by Cox Enterprises, today announced she will retire at the end of April. Hall has been with the company for 35 years and was named publisher of the AJC, Dayton Daily News and Cox’s other Ohio newspapers in 2019.

Who was the editor of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution and became very famous because of it?

Ralph McGill He became editor of the newspaper in 1942 and publisher in 1960, holding that position until his death in 1969. Through his daily columns McGill became a leading voice in the civil rights movement, and in 1959 he won the Pulitzer Prize in editorial writing.

How do I contact AJC?

CALL: 404-522-4141 • EMAIL: [email protected].

Who was the editor of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution?

Kevin Riley
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Front page of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Type Daily newspaper
Format Broadsheet
Owner(s) Cox Enterprises
Editor Kevin Riley

How do I place an ad in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution?

If you would like to place a classified ad, please contact us by emailing [email protected] or calling (404) 577-5772. You can also visit to place an ad.

How much is a full page ad in the AJC?

Newspaper Advertising Rate for Atlanta Journal-Constitution The estimated rate for ads in the newspaper is $560.00. Note: advertising rate estimates are typically for a column inch of black and white advertising space.

What is the circulation of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution?

The Journal-Constitution is the largest daily newspaper in the Southeast, with an average daily circulation of 640,000.

What is the Atlanta Journal-Constitution?

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution is the only major daily newspaper in the metropolitan area of Atlanta, Georgia. It is the flagship publication of Cox Enterprises. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution is the result of the merger between The Atlanta Journal and The Atlanta Constitution.

Who is the owner of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution?

Cox, the privately held owner of broadband and automotive services businesses, as well as The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, is focusing on vaccinations of those who return to its concentrated administrative offices around the nation. That includes its main campus, where about 6,000 people would normally be based near Perimeter Mall.

Who was the editor of the Atlanta Constitution in 1940s?

Ralph McGill, editor for the Constitution in the 1940s, was one of the few southern newspaper editors to support the American Civil Rights Movement. Other noteworthy editors of The Atlanta Constitution include J. Reginald Murphy.

Does the Atlanta Journal-Constitution endorse Republicans or Democrats?

Editorially, the AJC has endorsed both Republicans and Democrats. For example, in recent history, they endorsed Republican George W. Bush in 2000 and the Democratic candidates in 2004 and 2008; however, in 2012 and 2016, they did not endorse a Presidential candidate.