Capital Times

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Wisconsin State Journal - History - The Formation of Madison Newspapers, Inc.
... In June 1934 the State Journal and the Capital Times began to work in tandem by offering reduced advertising rates to those who ran ads in both papers ... and the Capital Times Co ... By 1947, Lee Enterprises and Evjue's The Capital Times Company, owner of The Capital Times, shared a need for new presses and larger facilities, along with concerns about ...
Capital Newspapers - History - Changes To The Capital Times
... change - and one of its most important - took place on April 26, 2008, when The Capital Times published its last daily print edition and became one of the first American daily ... The Capital Times now consists of three separate, interrelated products ... The main continuation of The Capital Times is its Web site,, which continues the tradition of local, progressive, timely, hard-hitting journalism started by William T ...
The Capital Times - History - Competition
... Fierce competition continued between the Wisconsin State Journal and The Capital Times until the late 1940s when the newspapers could not afford to replace their aging equipment ... Enterprises, owner of the Wisconsin State Journal, and Evjue's The Capital Times Company formed Madison Newspapers, Inc ... (now Capital Newspapers) on November 15, 1948 to operate both newspapers under joint agency ...
The Capital Times
... The Capital Times (or Cap Times) is a newspaper published in Madison, Wisconsin by The Capital Times Company ... The Capital Times formerly published paper editions Mondays through Saturdays, with a weekday circulation of 19,355 and a Saturday circulation of 21,065 ...
The Capital Times - Switch To The Internet
... On February 7, 2008, with The Capital Times facing declining circulation (a problem facing the newspaper industry in general and afternoon dailies in ... As of the April 30, 2008 edition, The Capital Times appears twice weekly, on Wednesdays and Thursdays, in a 48-page tabloid format (moving from its long-time broadsheet style) that is included with ... The move gained national attention as it involved a prominent daily newspaper shifting to full-time electronic news distribution while at the same time keeping a traditional (albeit non-daily ...

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