Akron Beacon Journal
Akron Beacon Journal is an award winning newspaper in Ohio United States. The Newspaper is published by Black Press Limited. It is circulated throughout the state. The Newspaper has mainly focused on local news and business. It is the only daily newspaper, published in Akron city.
Akron Beacon Journal was started in 1897, when Summit Beacon and Akron Evening Journal are combined. The Newspaper was purchased by Charles Landon Knight in 1903; it was renamed to Knight Ridder. The Knight Ridder was purchased by The McClatchy Company in June 2006. The Newspaper is rewarded with four Pulitzer Prizes. Akron Beacon Journal was rewarded with 56 awards for its performance in 2012 in various categories such as breaking news, food writing, columns, and many other. Its online portal has been serving the community since 1839. It is the oldest operating business in Summit county.
Akron Beacon Journal circulates more than 87,700 copies Monday through Friday; more than 107,800 copies on Saturdays and approximately 125,000 copies on Sundays. Moreover, its online news portal is visited by thousands of people. The postal and official address, email address and phone number (helpline) of Akron Beacon Journal service center is given above. The helpline of Akron Beacon Journal service center may or may not be toll free.