List of newspapers in Alabama Information
The following are daily, weekly, semi-weekly, etc., newspapers published in Alabama:
- The Auburn Plainsman – Auburn University
- The Crimson White – University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa
- The Vanguard- The University of South Alabama
- The Springhillian - Spring Hill College
|Advocate||Huntsville||1815||Ceased in 1893 |
|Alabama Republican||Huntsville||1816 |
|American Star ||Sheffield|
|Baptist Leader ||Birmingham|
|Birmingham Iron Age||Birmingham||1874 |
|Birmingham Post-Herald||Birmingham||Ceased in 2005|
|Cahawba Press and Alabama Intelligencer||1819 |
|Halcyon||St. Stephens||1814 |
|Huntsville News||Huntsville||1964||Ceased in 1996 |
|Mobile Centinel||Fort Stoddert||1811 |
|Mobile Gazette||1813 |
|Pike County News |
|Times-Plain Dealer ||Birmingham|
- Alabama media
- Alabama literature
- Fake news websites in the United States
- Federal Writers' Project 1941.
- "Alabama Newspapers". Birmingham: Alabama Press Association. Retrieved March 4, 2017.
- "Encyclopedia of Alabama". Alabama Humanities Foundation. Retrieved March 4, 2017.
- Community Newspaper Holdings, Inc., Locations: Alabama, Montgomery, AL, retrieved March 27, 2017
- Berkshire Hathaway Inc., "Daily Newspapers: Alabama", 2016 Annual Report (PDF), Omaha, Nebraska
- GateHouse Media, LLC, Our Markets: Alabama, Pittsford, New York, retrieved March 27, 2017
"Southern Press". The South in the Building of the Nation. 7. Richmond, VA: Southern Historical Publication Society. 1909. pp. 402–436.
Date of establishment of leading Southern newspapers
- Gannett Co., Inc., Our Brands: Alabama, McLean, Virginia, retrieved March 27, 2017
- Benjamin Buford Williams (1979). A Literary History of Alabama: the Nineteenth Century. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press. ISBN 978-0-8386-2054-0.
- Frederick German Detweiler (1922). The Negro Press in the United States. University of Chicago Press.
- "Browse Collections". Digital Collections. Birmingham Public Library. Retrieved March 4, 2017.
- "Goodbye to the Huntsville News", Congressional Record, Washington DC, March 6, 1996
- Saffold Berney (1878), "Newspapers in Alabama", Handbook of Alabama, Mobile: Mobile Register print.
- S. N. D. North; United States Department of the Interior (1884). "Catalogue of Periodical Publications: Alabama". History and Present Condition of the Newspaper and Periodical Press of the United States. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office. OCLC 1850475. (+ List of titles 50+ years old)
- James T. Haley, ed. (1895), "Newspapers: Alabama", Afro-American Encyclopaedia, Nashville: Haley & Florida, OCLC 219597043
- "Alabama". American Newspaper Directory. New York: George P. Rowell. 1900.
- "Newspaper Industry". Alabama Hand Book: Agricultural and Industrial Resources and Opportunities. Montgomery: Alabama Department of Agriculture and Industries. 1919.
- "Alabama". American Newspaper Annual & Directory. Philadelphia: N. W. Ayer & Son. 1922. pp. 33+.
- Federal Writers' Project (1941), "Newspapers and Radio", Alabama; a Guide to the Deep South, American Guide Series, New York: Hastings House, pp. 110–115 – via HathiTrust
- Rhoda Coleman Ellison (1946). "Newspaper Publishing in Frontier Alabama". Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly. 23.
- Thomas D. Clark (1948). Southern Country Editor. Bobbs-Merrill. OCLC 525858. (Includes information about weekly rural newspapers in Alabama)
- Rhoda Coleman Ellison. History and Bibliography of Alabama Newspapers in the Nineteenth Century. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, 1954.
- James Boylan (1963). "Birmingham: newspapers in a crisis". Columbia Journalism Review. 2.
- Daniel Savage Gray (1975). "Frontier Journalism: Newspapers in Antebellum Alabama". Alabama Historical Quarterly. 37.
- Allen W. Jones (1984). "Voices for Improving Rural Life: Alabama's Black Agricultural Press, 1890-1965". Agricultural History. 58. JSTOR 3743075.
- King E. Williams, Jr. (1997). The Press of Alabama: A History of the Alabama Press Association. ISBN 1878561545.
- Lynda Brown; et al. (1998). Alabama History: an Annotated Bibliography. Greenwood Press. ISBN 978-0-313-28223-2. (Includes information about Alabama newspapers)
|Wikimedia Commons has media related to Newspapers of Alabama.|
"Alabama Newspapers". Historical U.S. Newspapers Online. Library Guides. Ohio:
Bowling Green State University.
Newspapers that are freely available on the Internet
- "US Newspaper Directory: Alabama". Chronicling America. Washington DC: Library of Congress.
- "News: Newspapers: Regional: United States: Alabama". DMOZ. AOL. (Directory ceased in 2017)
- Ford Risley. "Civil War Journalism in Alabama". Encyclopedia of Alabama. Alabama Humanities Foundation.
- "Alabama Civil War and Reconstruction Newspapers". Digital Collections. Montgomery: Alabama Department of Archives and History.
"Alabama Media Group Collection". Digital Collections. Alabama Department of Archives and History.
Photographic negatives taken by newspaper photographers working for the Birmingham News, the Huntsville Times, and Mobile’s Press-Register between the 1920s and the early 2000s
- Auburn University Libraries. "Newspapers at Auburn Libraries: Newspaper Sources: Alabama Newspapers". Subject Guides.
- USNPL.com: Alabama Newspapers. US Newspaper List.
- International Coalition on Newspapers. "Newspaper Digitization Projects: United States: Alabama". Chicago: Center for Research Libraries.
- University of Florida. "Alabama". NewspaperCat: Catalog of Digital Historical Newspapers. Gainesville.
- "Alabama". N-Net: the Newspaper Network on the World Wide Web. Archived from the original on February 15, 1997.
- "Alabama Newspapers". AJR News Link. American Journalism Review. Archived from the original on February 26, 2000.
- "United States: Alabama". NewsDirectory.com. Toronto: Tucows Inc. Archived from the original on November 20, 2001.