The Tennessean is a daily newspaper published in Nashville, Tennessee. The newspaper was founded in the spring of 1907. The newspaper originally launched under the name, “The Nashville Tennessean”, but it was changed to “The Tennessean” in 1972. The founder was Luke Lea, who was an attorney and political activist. The owner of the newspaper is Gannett Company. The newspaper is published in Broadsheet formatting. The Publisher is Laura Hollingsworth. The Editor is Maria De Varenne. There are over 95,000 daily subscribers and over 212,000 Sunday subscribers. The Tennessean is available for customers living in 39 counties in Middle Tennessee and eight counties within southern Kentucky. Some notable people who have worked for The Tennessean have included Al Gore (former Vice President), Tipper Gore (former Vice President Gore’s wife), David Halberstam (Pulitzer Prize-winning author), and Anthony Wright (cartoonist). The Tennessean is apart of the USA Today Network.
The newspaper features stories that are local, regional, state-wide, and nationwide. There are stories on sports, business, music, politics, opinion pieces, and lifestyle. The website has more topics, including Jobs, Obituaries, Civility Tennessee, Dining, Cars, Archives, Classifieds, Weather, and many more. On the website, there is video content on various news stories, primarily breaking news. There are also blog posts that are contributed by various writers.
Unlimited Digital Access is $0.99 for the first three months. The Monday-Sunday Print Delivery includes home delivery seven days a week and unlimited digital access. It is $13.00 per month for the first twelve months. Sunday-Only delivery is available for $4.30 per month for the first twelve months. It includes Sunday home delivery and unlimited digital access.
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