Evening Post Publishing Company

The Evening Post Publishing Company is a privately held media company, based in Charleston, South Carolina, United States.

In addition to The Post and Courier of Charleston, the South's oldest daily newspaper, the company owns six other newspapers in South Carolina, including the Aiken Standard. The company owns three newspapers in North Carolina, including the Salisbury Post. The company also owned the Buenos Aires Herald in Argentina, Latin America's oldest English language newspaper, until 2007. It began publishing Garden & Gun in 2007.

Other holdings include Cordillera Communications' 13 television stations, White Oak Forestry Company, and two international syndicate marketing companies, one located in Florida and the other in London, England.

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