The Press of Atlantic City

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The Press of Atlantic City is a daily newspaper based in Pleasantville, New Jersey. It is the primary newspaper for most of southeastern New Jersey and the Jersey Shore, publishing regional editions for Atlantic County, Cumberland County, Cape May County, and southern Ocean County. The paper has a daily circulation of 70,000 and a Sunday circulation of 85,000.

The newspaper focuses mainly on local, regional and state news, but also publishes national and international news mostly with wire stories. Founded in 1895 by Walter Edge as the Atlantic City Daily Press, it is now owned by Abarta, a privately owned Pittsburgh-based holding company. Around 1928, the name of the paper was changed to the Atlantic City Press, and in 1971 the name was changed to The Press. In 1988, its name was changed again to The Press of Atlantic City, the name currently in use.

The Press of Atlantic City also publishes various other products including At The Shore (a weekly entertainment magazine for southern New Jersey), Real Estate Monthly, and Press Extra. Additional websites launched by The Press of Atlantic City Media Group include , , and most recently, , a travel guide site for .

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